Lucellino Wall Lamp (for use with remote transformer) by Ingo Maurer
Lucellino Wall Lamp is a member of the iconic Birds family. And is one of many pieces from Ingo Maurer that pays homage to and shows his love of the Edison light bulb. The name is a play on words, from the Italian luce, meaning light, and uccellino, meaning little bird. Lucellino has a single winged light bulb "flying" from its canopy. The light bulb is adorned with goose-feather wings and attached to a brass wire. The "flight path" of the bird can be adjusted by the user, making each lamp an original piece. This version of the wall lamp requires a remote 120V to 24V transformer, this allows Lucellino to be used in groupings and any installation where a remote transformer is required.
Wall lamp with a low-voltage lamp and goose-feather wings. Lucellino is supplied with a 24V low-voltage lamp and also includes a spare lamp. The light bulbs are custom made for Ingo Maurer. Dimensions are approximate as height and width can be adjusted. Not suitable for use in rooms with high humidity.
Material(s): Down, Metal
230v Continuously-variable transformer-dimmer
125v transformer with inline-dimmer
No transformer included (if you already have a compatible transformer available for installation)
- 7.09"W X 13" Extension
- Canopy: 3.4"D with 5.7"D adapter plate
Lamp Type: LOW VOLTAGE HALOGEN, INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 1 X 35W 24V E27 Type A low-voltage lamps (included)