The Luceplan Lola light fixture is a creation of the two designers Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto. Lola is easily recognizable with a light head made of glass fiber reinforced polyester. Because of its shape it is reminiscent of a triangle.
The head has a micro-perforated steel reflector that shields the R7s halogen light source. The lamp head can be rotated around its own axis and the angle of inclination of the reflector can be flexibly adjusted. For example, Lola can serve as an indirect light source or illuminate certain objects directly. The Lola Parete also has an adjusting rod to steer the light emission. The structure is made of aluminum, optionally lacquered black. In addition to its slim metallic frame, the Lola Terra has an elegant tripod that always guarantees a stable position. The essentially designed floor lamp can be adjusted in height using a telescopic rod, which enables additional flexibility in the light setting.
With the Lola series, Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto have put together a timeless light fixture with an essentially simple shape using complex technologies. The result is one of the most popular Luceplan lamps worldwide. She was awarded the Compasso d'Oro design price.
The Italian desiger's creations are as innovative as they are beautiful. He created the famous lamps Titania and Berenice for Luceplan.