Camilla Diedrich was born into a family of artists in Stockholm, Sweden. In 2000 she won the competition "Light idea of the year", organized by the magazine Sköna Hem, with a prototype of the BPL lamp. The jury announced her "extraordinarily poetic brightness." In 2005 she arranged an exhibition at Svensk Form in Stockholm of a collection including three-dimension soft wovens, produced by Sanden Textiles. She currently lives and has her own studio in Stockholm.
|Fixture Type: Globe pendant||Style: Modern|
|UL Listed: Yes||Shade Color: White|
|Finish: 1: Iron||Finish: 2: White|
|Bulb Type: Incandescent||Number of Lights: 1|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
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Rotaliana BPL Pendant Lights
Fixtures by Rotaliana combine archetypes of lighting history, introducing new materials and productive solutions while maintaining, a beautiful, simple structure. These lights manage to join hand crafted craftsmanship and international industrial standars; "hybrid" lamps that combine light with other uses.
Thanks to the search for better performance like energy conservation, the tuning of light flow, decorative effects, and tactile values, the use of new light sources and the introduction of aesthetics and innovative functions, Rotaliana prepares itself to be a beacon of the lighting industry.