Darf is a minimal light designed by Austria-based studio March Gut. The new lamp, darf, draws light in the form of a fine line. Both the light source and the hanging system follow the principle of total reduction to provide shadow-free illumination with countless mounting options. The rod-shaped LED lamps are inserted into sockets and suspended by cords to be used as a pendant or wall lamp at any height or inclination. Arranged individually, they illuminate rooms and workplaces in a simple and elegant way.
A combination of several lights also enables the creation of unusual light sculptures for living and business areas. A special technical feature is that the lamp can be plugged in directly without a ballast. This means that only a simple cable can be seen and the two ends have a symmetrical design. Also, since the lamps can be purchased separately, the packing size of each lamp is extremely small. The design was developed jointly by March Guy and architect Philipp Weinberger. It functions as a translation of the classic neon tube into an LED lamp with high recognition value and countless possible uses.
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