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Luceplan Berenice

Alberto Meda, Paolo Rizzatto


The reading lamp's head rotates by 360 degrees and the structure is
adjustable via joints, so that the light beam can be directed where needed.

The Berenice table lamp was designed in the 1980s by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto. It is one of the most popular designer classics in the Luceplan portfolio. It was nominated for the Compasso d'Oro in 1987. The task light by Luceplan offers a flexible reading light and a large choice of models and colours.

The Berenice desk-light follows the classical construction with two adjustable arms with joints and a small light head which rotates by 360 degrees. The structure is in aluminium or black. The typical Berenice head has a dome-shaped reflector made of coloured glass or of metal. It provides an individual touch to the design and sets an appealing coloured accent on the desk, next to the bed or in the living room. The reflector generates a focussed light beam which support concentration and is easy on the eyes.

Today Berenice is available as a table lamp, floor lamp and wall lamp and fulfills the function of a reading and task light in many rooms. A LED version which keeps the head's iconic shape, but has a heat sink of metallic fins instead of the smooth reflector is also available since 2007.

Design


Alberto Meda
Alberto Meda

The Italian desiger's creations are as innovative as they are beautiful. He created the famous lamps Titania and Berenice for Luceplan.

Paolo Rizzatto
Paolo Rizzatto

The co-founder of Luceplan has created several popular design lamps, for example Berenice, Titania and Hope.