The Lita lights by David Dolcini for Luceplan are glass lights with subtle magic. Natural materials and a unobtrusive design lend them a timeless charm and turn them into a source of cosiness in living spaces.
The spherical shade is made of opal glass. Its surface has soft, vertical relief edges. Despite this decoration, the shade appears extremely discreet and elegant, but also gives the light fixture an almost textile-like touch, contributing to its soft, cozy character.
The Lita pendant lamp's top is optionally made of white aluminum or wood. The Lita Tavolo Stelo table lamps and the Lita Terra floor lamp have a base and stem made of wood or aluminum. Here the structure is simple but characterized by soft, organic transitions. The wooden details with the natural light color and grain make Lita a real eye-catcher, while the aluminum variant leaves a particularly clear and modern overall impression.
Becoming slimmer towards the top, closed by a narrow connecting piece that conforms to the round shape of the glass diffuser, the Lita Tavolo and Terra are reminiscent of turned wooden furniture and thus bring a touch of tradition and honest, timeless furniture art with them. The spherical pendant lamp Lita has a subtle suspension system, which gives the light fixture a floating, light charm.