It has been developed to perfection, tested by experts and is now ready to brighten up our everyday lives. The Rima lamp from young designer label Dreipuls has been on the market since early October 2012. And thanks to its new control principle, it can very definitely be considered a genuine innovation. For when it comes to creating individual lighting situations, Rima gives the user every freedom imaginable. Besides bringing warm-white light to the work environment, the table lamp also aims to help its users experience light in a new dimension: as a highly sensuous medium.
Designer and nonconformist Matthias Pinkert created Rima on the basis of a self-explanatory principle that he developed himself: 56 LEDs are strung along a strip light like pearls on a string. Four ring-shaped control elements mean that individual light fields can be opened, altered and closed by sliding the rings –allowing the light to be adjusted as easily and flexibly as pulling a curtain. Depending on his preferences and requirements, the user can thus opt for one or two illuminated areas in any size he chooses.
Rima, the first product to be launched by Dreipuls, is made of aluminium and is available with a white or black powder-coated finish. It is equipped with top-quality LED technology and is just as suitable for sideboards and reception counters as it is for individual workplace lighting. It can also be used to show off collectors’ items or products in the right light or as a highly effective design medium. Rima is intended to embody the spirit of a new generation of luminaires that seek to establish a fascinating relationship between the user, light and space.
For its market entry, Dreipuls has commissioned an exclusive initial series of 250 lamps crafted in premium made-in-Germany quality. So if you want one – don’t leave it too late!