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This stylish and practical Chilone Terra 45 LED Outdoor Bollard Lamp was designed by Ernesto Gismondi for the Italian label Artemide.
Founded in Milan in 1960, Artemide has been delighting home and business owners with its fine lamps ever since. Its contemporary designs are the result of fruitful collaboration with internationally acclaimed architects and designers. Landmark products include the Die Mercury suspension lamp designed by Ross Lovegrove, the Tizio table lamp created by Richard Sapper and the Pipe standing and wall lights from Herzog & De Meuron. The firm is strongly committed to the environment through its development of low-energy lamps and use of eco-friendly materials.
Fashioned from cast aluminium and thermoplastic for lightness and durability, the Chilone Terra 45 LED Outdoor Bollard Lamp features an elegant light grey lacquered finish. Measuring 17.5 x 16.7 x 45 cm, the diffuser can be positioned either upward or downward to direct the light as desired. Versatile and elegant, the Chilone Terra 45 LED Outdoor Bollard Lamp is ideal for adorning and lighting all kinds of outdoor spaces including patios, gardens and poolsides, and it is especially suited for illuminating pathways and entrances.
Chilone Terra 45 LED Outdoor Bollard Lamp
grey / lacquered / LxWxH 17.5x16.7x45cm / 3000K / 194lm
|Materials||aluminium, thermoplastic material|
|Illuminant||1x LED-Unit --/8.5W ES - energy efficency grade A - included|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A-F|
The luminaire is sold with a bulb of the energy class: A
|Seal of Approval|| EN-EC seal of approval|
|Insulation|| Class II|
|Other Features|| Suitable for outdoor use|
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