Designed by Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini back in the 90s, Dolmen has been reimagined in 2018 with LED technology to bring new and exciting interior decoration possibilities. Building on its original shape but much thinner, the floor lamp has a monolithic form with four large openings resembling portholes of a ship. A unique piece that stands alone against the wall, Dolmen offers distinct compositional opportunities in an array of interior and even architectural settings.
One of the most iconic designs in Foscarini’s history, reworked to adapt to the new opportunities offered by LED technology: Dolmen, designed by Ferruccio Laviani in the mid-Nineties.
A piece with a forceful symbolic value, expression of a lamp-sculpture concept that never escapes notice, thanks to the exceptional character of the monolithic form, with four large openings similar to the portholes of a ship, and the unusual positioning against the wall, or in the suspension version.
The use of a dimmable LED source that provides warm, uniform light, has made it possible to reproportion the lamp’s design, making it slimmer in a lucid aesthetic adjustment.
The finishes transform its personality, suggesting different feelings and settings: matte orange with an industrial tone, matte brushed aluminium for high-tech inspiration, or a warm bronze colour.
In all the versions, Dolmen brings its forceful character and immediately recognizable personality to any space.