EMPTY is an exterior lighting fixture designed by Josep LluÃs XuclÃ for dab in 2005.
December 7th, 2009
An escape from the formal conventions of exterior lighting, Empty is more like a small multi-functional sculpture. It can also be used as seating or small table options. Empty and Empty Bench combine sculptural form and lighting that can be filtered through different colours to create personalized environments. They are also an interesting way finding object. It is designed for natural environments, and its rust or wood finish will always be well integrated in any exterior.
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