Ray F

Ray F

SKU:
FU591609
Price :
$1,595.00

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Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni in 2006, the Ray F floor lamp updates a classic shape to give it a decidedly contemporary edge. The steel tube structure of this modern floor lamp is welded, brushed, and chrome-plated, and its diffuser support disk is die-cast, polished, and chrome-plated with Zamak alloy. The lamp has a resistive dimmer wired on the cord, offering a 0-100% lighting adjustment. The power cord is a black PVC/PVC (flat) sheath.

The Ray F is available in two models with diffusers available in black or white aluminum, or grey glass. It emits a gorgeous, diffused light.

With the black and white finish, diffusers are lathe-shaped aluminum and painted white on the inside.

The grey glass diffuser is hand-blown, overlaid glass with a glossy external finish.

Ray F1: 50.39" x 14.17" (shade height - 8.66")
Ray F2 :67.59" x 16.92" (shade height - 10.62")

  • Internal ID

    2808

  • Lamp (Bulb) Description

    1 x 150W T-10 Medium Frosted Halogen (Included) 1 x 250W T-10 Medium Frosted Halogen (Included)

  • Lamp ID

    L00010 L00002

  • Dimmable

    Yes

  • Environment

    Indoor - Dry Location

  • IP Rating

    IP20

  • Finish

    Grey Glass Glossy White Glossy Black

  • Construction Material

    Aluminum, Glass, Polycarbonate, Steel

  • Switching

    0-100% dimmer installed on the cord

  • Cord Length / Color

    78" - Black 90" - Black

  • Voltage

    120

  • Weight (lbs)

    20.28 lbs 17.63 lbs 11.02 lbs 13.66 lbs

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  • Dimensional Image

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    A classic shape gets a contemporary twist with this Rodolfo Dordoni design.

Inspiration behind the Design:

Offering a fresh perspective on an iconic shape, Rudolfo Dordoni designed his modern drum diffuser to resemble a lighthouse. "The stand that supports the light source is an elementary structure," he says. "It is part lighthouse, part power pylon."

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