OTTO lamp, minimalist in its concept, shows a supple and corrugated appearance able to animate the space, to give a dynamic atmosphere using only the movement of his form. OTTO is a modular object, strategically designed by Giorgio Cerrai and Cristina Razzanelli to be the protagonist of multiple environments and to satisfy the most different requirements. By virtue of its characteristics of modularity that allow the use as a single object or as a combination of several elements, OTTO can be the lamp of a house, of an office rather than a shop. As a single module it can illuminate more intimate spaces, as an aggregation of multiple modules it can become the light source of a counter in a shop or in a bar.
The choice of the material is related to the type of use and the function of the lamp; luminous ceiling, technological plate, soundproof device or simply a decorative element. As a single element OTTO can be produced in brushed or reflective metal foil, as a combined system of modules it can be realized in translucent resin or in wood multilayer.
Material: metal, multi-layer wood, translucent plastic material
Status: Study concept, 2013