Truncated octahedron

The truncated octahedron is one of the thirteen Archimedean polyhedra, obtained by truncating the cusps of the regular octahedron. It has 14 regular faces, of which 8 are hexagonal and 6 are square. According to the “Kelvin conjecture” the truncated octahedron is the ideal geometric figure to fill a three-dimensional space. Ganimede is the lamp that gave birth to Fulcro, the first realization. The inspiration comes from a geometric lamp seen in Los Angeles. After trying to replicate it, unfortunately without remembering its shape, the desire for a beautiful and elegant object remained.

Specifications

• Wires and lampholders per standards of EU/US
• Electrical included 110v/220v
• Custom order available
• Dimensions (WxDxH): 37x37x32 cm (13x15in)
• Max wattage 60W per incandescent bulbs (it is preferable to use led light bulbs)
• Bulb not included
• Made in Italy

Variants

LIGHT 33x33x31 cm (LxPxH)
GOLD with real gold leaf finish
JUTA 28x28x26 cm (LxPxH) with counterframe
DOUBLE 60x28x67 cm (LxPxH) double with bar

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