The objective facing Marc Sadler was that of designing a collection of eclectic, simple adjustable lamps. He thus came up with the Beluga spotlight with its unique technical, essential design inspired by the atom. To create this lamp, the designer studied the atom itself, its nucleus and above all the particles which form it. He then took the elements, protons, neutrons and electrons to create patterns and layouts for real use, made even more free and versatile thanks to the use of different colours and materials. The diffusers of the Beluga lamps are in fact available in crystal (transparent, white, red, yellow, brown, green and blue) or metal.
The collection is made up of hanging, table, floor, wall and ceiling lamps, in addition to a series of lamps mounted on a track. They are suitable for indoor use. The spherical diffusers rotate to any position and are available in different sizes and materials: transparent or painted crystal, polished chrome or shiny white blown glass. All metallic structures are in polished chrome. The lamp runs on mains power and is suitable for use with halogen and LED bulbs.