Pinpoint illumination: Mesh lamp by Francisco Gomez Paz for Luceplan

The lamp has a light, almost transparent structure composed of a network of metal cables with LED sources positioned at their intersections.

Luceplan has launched the Mesh LED lamp.

Designed by Francisco Gomez Paz, the lamp has a light, almost transparent structure composed of a network of metal cables with LED sources positioned at their intersections.

Notably, the lamp is divided into four distinct control zones: upper ring, center, and lower and lateral segments. This precision adjustability lets users achieve pinpoint illumination and varying levels of light to create a desired aesthetic or ambiance.

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