Enck is the work of Francesco Lucchese and is based on the idea of light filtering through a slim, almost imperceptible structure. The shape is round, inspired by nature. The structure consists of two interlocking outer parts to create the idea of a sea shell. The poetic image evoked by this lamp is furthered by the delicate, harmonious light it produces, making it suitable for all light requirements and furnishing styles. The quick-coupling to the base was designed for utmost ease of assembly and maintenance. Only a slight pressure is required to detach the lamp from the wall-mounted bracket.
The collection consists of a wall/ceiling lamps for indoor use. The structure is in die-cast aluminium in matt white finish. The lamp runs on mains power for halogen and LED bulbs, with a variable wattage depending whether it is mounted on the wall or ceiling.