Axo Light presents at Euroluce 2015 the new Fedora collection, designed by Dima Loginoff.
Fedora is a collection comprising hanging lamps and a built-in spotlight. The diffuser of the hanging lamps (with one, three, six or twelve lights, or with seven lights in a line) is formed of a part in aluminium available in metallic bronze and rose gold, and another part in transparent glass. The built-in spotlight is formed of one part in transparent glass.
Fedora is inspired by Russian tradition, but it has the most minimal shape comparing with other Russian icons. Besides, despite what many people are thinking about Matryoshka – it’s not too old. In fact it’s the same age as cinematograph. And the idea of many layers when you may find one doll inside another came from Japan. But don’t worry!Many Russians are thinking that Matryoshka is 500 or 1000 years old. That’s funny! I have several dolls at my home. It’s simple and painted just in one bold color gold. Despite people called me “the less Russian designer in Russia”, I love this shape and it seems it’s in my DNA. The name Fedora is the old and forgotten Russian name. And the short name is Dora. I just love it!That was the name of my great-grandmother Dima Loginoff
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