Surface mounted version.
- Transparent Pyrex glass lampshade.
White translucent diffuser.
Glossy black zamak base.
Switch incorporated into the luminaire with 2 levels of intensity.
Power Range: 7h on high power - 14h on minimum power.
Includes contact charger.
Battery charging time: 5h.
Suitable for DAMP locations.
Minimum order: 4 units.
- Light source included (dimmable):
- Built-in LED. Output 1W. mín. 185 mA / máx. 365 mA / Input: 100 ~ 240 Vac. (50 Hz / 60 Hz). According to destination.
- Tª Colour: 2.200 K
- Typical CRI: 85
- Lifetime: 40.000 h
- Luminous flux: 60 lm
A next-generation oil lamp
“It was named after an old fisherman from El Port de la Selva called Silvestre; tall, rugged and elegant. A bottle half-filled with light, or half-empty? Bottle in the half-light. A softly lit oil lamp.” - Jordi Garcés and Enric Sòria
The Sylvestrina lamp follows you around. Freed from the moorings of electric wires, now it lights up any conversation, including in its usual place, resting on a table.
Its discreet circular base needs little surface area to house a rechargeable battery. Simply press the outer tube down to activate the switch, adjusting accordingly, to full or medium strength. Sylvestrina is secure in the subtle atmosphere of trust. Like the light of a good oil lamp.
Laying the foundations of rationalism in Spain, Enric Sòria was a core member of Oriol Bohigas' studio, where he designed numerous civic projects for the city of Barcelona. These include the Vall d’Hebrón Sports Centre project (1991), for which he won the FAD prize for architecture, and the conversion of the Born market into a cultural centre in 2014. Enric Sòria
also taught at renowned schools in Barcelona such as ETSAB and ELISAVA.
Jordi Garcés met Enric Sòria at Oriol Bohigas' studio, where the two laid the groundwork of rationalism in Spain and worked together to design numerous civic projects for the city of Barcelona. These include the Vall d’Hebrón Sports Centre project (1991), for which they won the FAD architecture award, and the Rubió i Balaguer Agora at Pompeu Fabra University.
Their most recent work is the extension of the Picasso Museum in 2010. Jordi Garcés also taught at renowned schools in Barcelona (such as ETSAB or EINA) and abroad.