Design by Raimond Puts in association with OX-ID, 2007.
The Raimond lamp is based on the pure beauty of mathematics. Raimond Puts, has been busy developing the concept of this extraordinary lamp for a great part of his life. It all started with the discovery of the geometric shape of a football that brought him to consider round shapes formed by triangles. Hundreds of stainless steel strips intersect creating triangles that converge into a round globe. The poetry of a sphere composed by straight lines. His love for the absolute and fundamental sciences inspired questions that tickled him for years, until the Raimond lamp as we know it was finalized and became part of the Moooi collection. Authentic and extremely complex at the same time. Staring into the universe is now possible even on cloudy nights.
The intricate spheres of Raimond ZAFU transport the electrical current. The LED terminals then join these paths to create an atmospheric ambiance. The transparent lenses are specially detailed to spread warm white light in every direction. The driver is located in the canopy. 110V input, 5V output. Equipped with 13 feet of field-cuttable wire (minimum length is 12"), white steel canopy. Raimond is dimmable to approximately 30% with line voltage incandescent dimmers, sold separately.