Birdie interprets the shape of the classic free-standing lampshade-lamp with a contemporary twist, translating it into a family of poetic ceiling lamps. Available with 3, 6 or 9 arms, Birdie can distinguish an entire room with its multiple games of shapes
A variable number of arms with a white nish, as slender as the branches of a tree, support small coloured di"users, whose shape is a reinterpretation of the classic shades. It’s Birdie ceiling lamp, whose elements spontaneously coalesce to give life to a friendly lamp, that combines a smooth and familiar structure with a boldly character. The choice between several versions, with one, three, six or nine arms, makes it possible to choose from the simplest model and gradually work up to the most elaborate ones with a larger amount of lights, which multiply like *ames, achieving even the scenic appeal of a modern chandelier. Made with sturdy yet lightweight materials, Birdie has a di"erent character depending on the colour: in white, it can be discreet and almost invisible, but in amaranth, orange or grey it becomes more of a prima donna capable playing the starring role in a room.