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Conceptualised by 967 Design for Davide Groppi in 2013, the Folder Wall Light would make a clean-lined addition to minimal spaces.
Featuring a dimmer switch for adjustable ambience, the Folder Wall Light takes a recognisable form and translates it in to a unique piece that would make an eye-catching addition to any wall space.
Davide Groppi is an Italian design house that specialises in decorative and architectural products that are simple and sleek in form, created to harmonise with the architecture around them. Davide Groppi’s philosophy is simply 'to design and create fine forms to house and emit the essence of light'.
Integrated 18W LED bulb.
- Dimmable wall light
- Finished in a subtle white hue
- Designed by 967 Design for David Gropppi in 2013