Fully customizable: Dino lighting products from Fagerhult

Designed by PetterssonRudberg, Dino is a LED-based light available in two sizes and light outputs.

Swedish manufacturer Fagerhult launched Dino, a fully customizable range of lighting products. Designed by Stockholm-based architecture and design consultancy PetterssonRudberg, Dino is a LED-based light engine available in two sizes and light outputs. Users can choose from nine different shades and covers, available in a range of fabrics and materials, or create their own designs.

Dino Ø180 can be combined with a number of shades for a variety of different design schemes. For settings with a strong focus on light treatment, two different domes can be used, with either a prismatic or an opal louvre available.

The Dino Ø180 series has two lacquered steel shades. One employs a classic, industrial feel while the other features a retro aesthetic. There are also a number of fabric versions that allow for a more ambient atmosphere.

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Meanwhile, Dino Ø90 can be fitted with two decorative glass accessories, cylindrical or teardrop-shaped, with a function similar to that of the traditional glass shade. The frosted glass contrasts with the frame, which can be colored white, black, graphite, orange or turquoise.

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