Enigma 425 suspension lamp, design with floating acrylic screens, supported by ultra-thin wires. Direct and indirect light. Finished in brushed aluminum, lacquered or liquid painted. Designer: Shoichi Uchiyama
The Enigma 425 lamp, designed by the Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama in 2007, expands the Enigma product family. This lamp is made up of four acrylic lampshades that diffuse the light and create an almost three-dimensional reflection, giving the illusion of floating in the room. The name enigma stands for "mystery" and refers to the floating screens that appear to hover when illuminated and viewed from a distance. The design of the lamp was in tune with Louis Poulsen's product philosophy and was also a new interpretation of the multi-screen system, where Japanese elegance was combined with Scandinavian simplicity. This lamp expands the decorative possibilities of the design and creates a serene and atmospheric visual effect, while the light is modeled and channeled. It has a power of 20W with a GU10 socket, with a temperature of 3000K (warm white light) and a luminous flux of 426lm, dimmable.
Materials: Cone and suspension rod: brushed aluminum, lacquered or liquid painted. Cable: stainless steel. Screens: acrylic.
Colors available: Brushed aluminum (with Transparent cable) or Black (with Black plastic cable)