This story began at a stone company where Filip discovered a huge pile of redundant scrap stone like marble and travertine, in theory unusable for any natural stone project and destined to be destroyed. Mesmerised by the patterns and imperfections in the marble and travertine pieces, Filip took some of them home and imagined this lamp. The material was beautiful by itself, with all its imperfections. So the specific design of “Lunair” brings those imperfections to light.
At the top of the marble plank, two 45° miter corners form the hood of the lamp housing the cable and the LED-strip. The LED strip embedded in the stone acts like a lamp over a painting. “Lunair” diffuses a soft light like the sun that lights the moon. The natural stone is not treated, so no hazardous substances have to be used. The fabric cable is pinched in a slit that runs down at the back of the lamp. The transformer is cased in a small untreated wooden box. All parts can be separated in a quick and simple way.