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– Hanging portable LED lamp- Cool or warm white light + 7 colors- Touch control- Dimmer- Suitable for outdoor use (IPX4*)- Battery life: up to 12h- Charging time: 3h- Rechargeable via USB-C port (cable included)*Protected against splashing, rain or sprayed water from any angle**Tested at 75% brightness, 22°C ambient indoor temperature
– Material: aluminum / ABS- Suggested branding: pad print – laser- Dimensions: 7.87 x 3.27 x 2.45“- Gross weight: 0.99 lbs
Horizon Hanging Lamp is a lightweight portable lamp with a sleek aluminum handle, easy to carry both indoors and outdoors, thanks to its IPX4 water resistance. Freestanding or hanging, this versatile lamp will adapt to your mood and create the perfect atmosphere thanks to its white or colored lighting.
Equipped with a built-in rechargeable battery, Horizon Hanging Lamp can work for up to 12 hours on a single charge. Make a statement wherever you use it with its elegantly crafted construction made of anodized aluminum and mat polycarbonate bulb.
Illuminate the dark with a sophisticated and diffused glow. Carry Horizon Hanging Lamp easily from one room to another thanks to its handle and ultra light weight.
The handle doubles as a hook, making it convenient to hang the lamp anywhere. From the front touch button, you can select the LED color and control brightness.
natacha.sacha. is a global design studio founded in Paris in 2018, leading projects at the interface of industrial design, furniture, service design and architecture. natacha. sacha. was created by Natacha Poutoux and Sacha Hourcade, two designers trained at ENSCI Les ateliers and then in international studios such as India Mahdavi, Stefan Diez and Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. Their work aims at the economy of means ; it is characterized by careful research around clean, discreet and functional forms with the aim of simplifying the reading and use of the object, while using a minimum of resources. The studio has been awarded with numerous prizes such as the Grand Prix de la Création de Paris in 2019, the Rising Talents Prize at Maison & Objet in 2020, and named as finalist at the James Dyson Award in 2018. In 2021, the two designers are launching an ambitious research project to think about ways to produce more sustainably in the technology industry during a residency at Villa Kujoyama in Japan.