Born in the 1980s from the genius of the great Masters Gae Aulenti and Piero Castiglioni, Minibox is one of the first examples of lighting and engineering research of those times. A small, big, timeless, jaunty and surprising desire. It is logical that the lamp has in itself many ideas of interest that are still current, first of all a backward optic precisely to limit glare with the light sources of the time, more problematic than today. The research of that time is still useful today, guaranteeing optimal visual comfort and a soft and precise light emission.
In its wall version, Minibox is reminiscent of miners' lamps. A metal body, a comfortable grip and a luminous "eye" that can be rotated, hooked and unhooked very easily: the magnetic connection between the head and the lamp body allows total freedom of orientation of the light source. The five colors in which the lamp is declined (white, black, coffee, green and red) make it a pop object, allowing a high aesthetic customization and facilitating the combination with the furniture. Solid and with a reassuring grip, Minibox furnishes with sympathy, as well as illuminating with timely and dedicated light the small corners of the house, the architectural details, the dark or poorly lit environments where it is not necessary to have so much light.