Giravolta Does a Good Turn
The concept of turning is endemic to Pedrali’s Giravolta, a clever and versatile lamp designed by Alberto Basaglia and Natalia Rota Nodari.
Giravolta is made of arcs: the dual plastic circular forms that constitute base and diffuser, and the broad extruded aluminum half-stadium structure joining the two.
The lamp has an intimate feel. This, coupled with the rotating diffuser that delivers light with pinpoint precision, make Giravolta just right for nooks and carrels, when you want private, targeted illumination.
But it also works well for playful ambient lighting, such as you might desire at a Christmas feast or on a verdant patio.
Also, Voila! Giravolta is wireless. It charges courtesy of a lithium battery and integrated micro USB device.
So use it indoors or out, in a cozy nook or for an open, artsy display.
Giravolta also includes an integrated magnet in the base to fix the light on metal surfaces or walls. It operates via touch control and has three light intensities.
See Pedrali to find out more.