Designed by Aleksej Iskos for ODESD2
15.77 is a big lamp that illuminates and divides the space. It is based on interplay between light and geometrical shape, and it’s name comes from the angle between the polygons.
15.77 is a reminiscent of a polygonal pyramid from the school geometry classes or the simple shape which is usually used in art studios for drawing excesses.
The lamp can be placed above a table in a restaurant or above a conference table to create a cosy island in a spacious shadowy room. You can combine several 15.77 lamps or place them in a row according to the needs of each particular space.
The lamp shade and the fixation are made from the same metal sheet. The diameters of the lamps are 100, 80 and 50 centimetres, and it can be painted any colour from the RAL palette.