Dibond’s lightweight and durability allow the material to be used across markets to include signage, displays, exhibitions, interior design and lighting. As previously posted, Dibond’s use as a furniture substrate is becoming more prominent.
Unlike the typical lampshade that’s usually round in appearance, French designer and architect Philippe Macaigne’s reinterpretation includes a uniquely rectangular design.
Distinct from standard metal, Dibond’s polyethylene core allows the material to withstand temperatures of over 175˚. Macaigne’s Lamp-C versatile floor or ceiling lamps utilize this lightweight Dibond material to produce a very modern interpretation.
Macagine states, “…suspended it emits a very directive light underside and a soft mood light towards the ceiling. The rectangular shape allows the lamp to be put on all its sides.”
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