contemporary chandelier / aluminum / methacrylate / LED
MIYAKO by Studio 63
Miyako aligns well with Danese’s “environmental innovation” intention: basic productive technologies, choice of renewable resources based on energy saving consumption principles, attention on emotional aspects and perception. Miyako is composed of only one extruded component to which a few functional elements are added. The classical type of suspension lamp with concentrated light emission, mostly used with halogen sources, is reinterpreted through the choice of two different types of innovative sources that minimize consumptions and strive for quality light. this variant with leD, emits a warm light regulated by a lens that concentrates the beam in a cone 30° wide. The fluorescent version uses a source conceived to substitute the classical halogen ones allowing 80% energy consumption (with a consumption of 7W it reaches the emission of a halogen lamp of 40W). this solution guarantees a concentrated illumination with a wider beam opening compared to the leD version. The opaline screen that sticks out to avoid dazzling results in an illuminated profile that makes the lamp informal. the screen animates and characterizes it without making it serious and formal. Its shapes are basic but its features are very impactful due to the availability of a wide range of colours. The user is allowed to create interesting settings and utilize the lamp into very different environments with surprising results.