Chrismy 1m

by TERESA SAPEY

This was inspired by natural and elegant shapes that climb towards its peak with each to-and-fro movement of its silhouette. Its interior lighting creates a truly enveloping atmosphere to enjoy in different spaces. This is a renewed classic, refined in its timeless modernity, and easily adaptable. Pure visual magic is achieved through its logical continuity.

DESCRIPTION

Made of polyethylene resin by rotational moulding. 100% Recyclable. Item suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Available in different finishes.

WEIGHT

11.5 Kg

DIMENSIONS

LIGHTING

LIGHT

Ref. 49073W

White internally lit unit with LED technology. Available only in matte ice white finish.

RGBW LED

Ref. 49073L

Unit with internal lighting with RGBW LED technology and remote control unit for switching colors. Available only in matte ice white finish. Remote control included.

RGBW LED DMX

Ref. 49073D

Unit with internal lighting with RGBW LED technology and remote control unit for switching colors. Also controlLED by DMX-1024 (wireless), enabling communication between one or more products simultaneously via the DMX transmitter (not included).

RGBW LED BATTERY

Ref. 49073Y

Unit with internal lighting with battery-powered RGBW LED technology. Includes charger and remote control for switching colors and charger. Available only in matte ice white finish

HOLD

Holds the item in case of strong winds





TERESA SAPEY

Studio Teresa Sapey is an architecture and design studio based in Madrid since it was founded in 1990. The team’s guiding force streams from curiosity and energy. In fact, the range of fields approached by this practice is extremely broad: It varies from spaces to displays via furniture, graphics and editorial works. Projects not only stem from feelings, but they are also capable of transmitting these same emotions to their clients and customers. “By working with spaces my aim is to be touching and therefore render emotions palpable: Three-dimensional, even four-dimensional. No matter the feelings is, as far as it is a feeling, I would go for it! I believe that architecture should interpret, build and transmit these inspiringly and usefully”