Ocellus Sconce

by Isabel Moncada Mexico

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Description

OCELLUS sconce was designed for the Mol collection by Mexican artist Isabel Moncada.

Some insects have eye-like spots between their actual eyes. Their purpose is to scare away their prey or attract a potential mate. Ocellus is the name of this lure. It uses a low-watt LED light that lasts up to 18 years and saves 90% of energy consumption.

Cast bronze body, with three blown glass globes and brass fittings.

All of Isabel Moncada’s lighting is UL (Underwriters Laboratories) certified, which ensures a high standard of safety and quality.

Light Source: E 12 LED 2700 K 7.5 W 110 – 120 V / 220 – 240 V 210 lm.

Indoor use only.

Weight (kg)

3

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Dimensions LxWxH (cm)

49x27x54

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Isabel Moncada is a Mexican designer who specializes in the design of lighting fixtures made in her own workshop in Mexico. For more than 30 years she has explored and implemented ancient techniques of artisan manufacturing, developing different crafts, inventing mechanisms and transforming materials to improve the performance, quality and design of her pieces. She began to venture into the art world in the 1990s. While working for some established sculptors in Guadalajara, she set up her own studio at home and began to approach design with an artistic style that evolved into engineering, mechanics and 3D modeling.
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