With the n55 light bulb, Viabizzuno marries peak technical performance, sustainable design and aesthetic charm.
January 12th, 2016
Conceived as a modular system, the new Viabizzuno n55 light blub is designed with a cylindrical dissipator of variable diameter and available in a mix of finishes, the bulb has been created with the aim of increasing the speed of heat flow. This makes the air carried inside the chamber move at an equally high speed, instantly cooling the system.
The decorative light bulb is the result of the creativity of Mario Nanni, and real revolution of the system lies within the fact that it is possible to fit and remove the electronic light source in exactly the same way we once screwed in light bulbs. This bulb is partnered with a smart power supply unit, designed especially for the n55 bulb.
The top-level lighting performance is combined with an equally impressive level of environmental sustainability. High efficiency and low energy consumption, the n55 is also possible for reuse, reducing the waste of materials. The n55 light bulb is a 21st century design marvel, combining aesthetics and environmentalism like never before.
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