Poses

by Axolight Lab

With Poses, Axolight sets itself the goal of allowing the customer to create innumerable flat geometric shapes (poses in fact), as well as the transport and diffusion of light within interior spaces through the use of straight lines and junction points.
The concept of Poses is inspired by the reinterpretations of Euclid, an ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher who with his best known work, Elements, one of the most influential works in the entire history of mathematics, defines primitive concepts as the point, the line and the plane.

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Poses

by Axolight Lab

With Poses, Axolight sets itself the goal of allowing the customer to create innumerable flat geometric shapes (poses in fact), as well as the transport and diffusion of light within interior spaces through the use of straight lines and junction points.
The concept of Poses is inspired by the reinterpretations of Euclid, an ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher who with his best known work, Elements, one of the most influential works in the entire history of mathematics, defines primitive concepts as the point, the line and the plane.

Poses

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earth red
laguna aqua
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desert white



Modular pendant, wall and ceiling fixture which allows the creation of countless geometrical shapes.

 

The basic elements of each composition are:

lighting linear profiles (0.9 x 0.9 inches section) available in 3 different lengths which can be linked to circular satellite elements.
The connection is protected by a magnetic cover, resulting in an easy installation and an aesthetically pleasing look.

 

 

The linear elements can be equipped with an LED light source or not, they can be rotated ~360° to allow orienting the light emission in the preferred direction (when equipped with the light source).
Non-lighting linear profiles, with a merely architectural function, which can be used to complete the desired geometrical shapes.

 

 

The linear profiles can be installed in 12 different points of the circular satellites, thus obtaining different angles and consequently different geometries for the composition.

 

 

Each satellite can host up to 4 different linear profiles.

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