Description of Fishing Light
The fishing light (also known as the night fishing light), also known as Arco, was co-designed by the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1962. It not only refers to the lamps used by anglers for night fishing. In order to see the movement of the fish floats, special lamps need to be used to illuminate the floats so that the floats are clearly visible in order to accurately judge the fish situation. At the same time, the spots in the water can also be determined by the light spots. It has the characteristics of variable height and two kinds of light projection. In order to facilitate different usage methods, the lamp post is divided into 3 sections. The general idea of the fishing light installation steps is to thread the wires first, connect them, and then lock the screws.
The fishing light, also known as Arco, was co-designed by the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1962. Its popularity is beyond people's imagination and it has become an epoch-making classic.
It is said that luxury villas with a history of more than one hundred years are everywhere in Europe, but due to the restrictions on the protection of cultural relics by laws and regulations, it cannot be said to be demolished. Therefore, lighting equipment has become a challenge for the decoration of the castle.
The descendant owners of the old castle are still used to eating at the huge long table, especially when people come and go during banquets. Of course, the lighting must show an elegant and bright atmosphere. Therefore, a dining lamp that does not need to be wired from the ceiling but can show elegance becomes a demand.
The Castiglioni brothers thought for a long time. If the lamp can replace the ceiling chandelier, it must be high enough; it must be bright enough, so the lampshade is like an enlarged salad bowl; it must have a gorgeous texture, through the natural light and shadow. Form it!
As a result of comprehensive needs and aesthetics, the height of Arco is 2.5 meters. The center of gravity of the lamp is on the huge marble base. The total weight is about 65 kg. It is an unusually huge arc-shaped standing lamp. Placed in the European-style castle, the curve exactly echoes the classical lines of the interior, and the concept is derived from the modernism ∣Less Is More advocated by Mies van der Rohe, showing the design with extremely simplified lines and restrained introversion. The result of inspiration!
The fishing light has the characteristics of variable height and two kinds of light projection. In order to facilitate different usage methods, the lamp post is divided into 3 sections with different heights, and the base is made of white silver fox grey marble. The most brilliant is the lampshade design, which is composed of two lampshades. The inner cover is a hemisphere with a round hole. One can provide heat dissipation from the bulb, and the other is the oval light and shadow that is obliquely illuminated through the round hole, making it more than one. Only the dining light, the beautiful ambient light perforated above the lampshade is projected to the ceiling, which makes people exhilarating.
Arco can often be seen at home! You may wonder why the lamps in the old castles in Europe are also popular in this modern decoration? Many designers have found that putting the Arco lamp in a modern and simple home is quite a match. The stainless steel and chrome lampshade is a modern style display, and in a square modern home, a large The curve of the amplitude is full of tension, so almost no matter what style, Arco is very popular. Its shape is a symbol of the boldness, humor and integration of an era!
1. Convenience to carry;
2. Charging method: home charger or home charger + car charger
3. Housing material: aluminum alloy, plastic;
4. Light source: types: LED, halogen bulb, xenon lamp beads;
5. Color: warm color, blue, purple;
6. Lighting time;
7. Charging time;
8. Service life: light source life, battery life;
9. Control method;