Table lamp CUBELIGHTmove | MSCL 3 + 4

Mathias Schifferdecker, 2020

With the addition of an innovative radio control to the established CUBELIGHT, it is possible to control the luminous object via a radio control cube from a distance of up to 12 meters.

In addition to switching it on and off, the light color temperature can be set continuously between 2,700k and 6,500k and the light intensity can be dimmed. To do this, the radio control cube is simply tilted and rotated in different directions. Acceleration sensors from aircraft construction make these functions possible. All components and parts of the CUBELIGHTmove are "Made in Germany".

This design classic is based on Bauhaus architecture and allows an infinite number of geometric design options and color combinations. The clear and reduced design creates a timeless appearance, which is underlined by the classic materials used, glass and stainless steel. The handcrafted edges of the glass cubes and the new indirect LED lighting create a variety of light reflections and plays of light, even when switched off, which stimulate the imagination and fascination with this innovative design lamp.

MSCL3
Comes with 18 glass cubes. 14 clear white cubes and one each in blue, red, yellow and green.

MSCL 4
Comes with 18 glass cubes. 10 clear white dice and four each in pink and black

Each lamp is numbered consecutively and bears the TECNOLUMEN logo.

Integrated light source: LED unit 6.8 W, 800 Im, 2700 K (the light sources can only be replaced by TECNOLUMEN)

7,1
2,5m
LED

Variants

Mathias Schifferdecker

1968
Mathias Schifferdecker

Mathias Schifferdecker encountered high-quality furnishings at a very early age, as his parents ran their own exclusive furniture store. This formative experience was complemented by his strong inventive spirit, leading to some of the most diverse developments in products and designs. He’s won several awards, including the Red Dot Design Award in 2016 for two innovative lamp designs. The engineer and designer is the man behind the CL1 light, which has been on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York since 2018.

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