675.00€562.50€ excl tax
OUTDOOR FIXED FLOOR LAMP
Above its head, a simple small hat by way of heavenly vault. At the bottom, a fixture by picket or a round plate to attach to the ground, as preferred. Between those two poles, heaven and earth, a clear stroke, a graphic line full of confidence and lightness. Night is falling in the garden, noises soften. And that is when she reveals her true character but also its indifference to the test of time. Designed for a LED bulb in order to provide a beautiful and pure outdoor light, the ZÉNITH pays tribute to the night.
Finish: Natural aluminum
Dimension: H. 100 cm / Head Ø 14 cm
Light source: LED 3 6W, from 2700K to 4000K.
Remote power supply (not supplied)
Option: Fixing plate or stainless steel stake
IP 45, CE standard
For more than 30 years, HISLE has been designing exceptional lighting fixtures that combine craftsmanship and innovation. Founded by Hervé Isle de Beauchaine and Marie de Foucauld, our family business embodies French excellence. Four key words define it: expertise, elegance, simplicity and modernity. Hisle has been a manufacturer from the outset, creating and handcrafting prototypes of all its lighting fixtures in its own workshop. It also has a unique network of French partners and suppliers. It all starts with a piece, a material, an idea and, finally, a model, a lamp. A proponent of a minimalist style, the designer pays particular attention to the geometry of shapes, the meticulousness of finishes and the nobility of the materials used. In his eyes, a luminaire embodies the balance between comfort and refinement.
Designer Hervé Isle de Beauchaine launched his first rechargeable cordless table lamp, the LUXCIOLE, in 2012. Conceived as a true tool of light, it was a global success from the moment it went on sale. Sold in thousands around the world, it embodies excellence à la française. Today, many architects, interior designers, specifiers and luxury brands trust and work with HISLE for the quality of its products and its know-how.
DESIGNED AND MADE IN FRANCE
© Photos: Benoit Teillet / Pascal Bouclier