Penta Light designs and produces high quality lamps, with a contemporary and 100% made in Italy design . Founded in 1975 in Cabiate, in the heart of Brianza, Penta has immediately distinguished itself in the furniture market for the originality of its proposal, the excellent quality and a recognizable design. “In everything we do, we are inspired by the art of master craftsmen who put their heart, skill and knowledge at the service of their skilled hands. While remaining faithful to our origins, we experiment with new solutions and, thanks to the development and use of cutting-edge technology, we enrich our tradition with new expressive and aesthetic codes.” Says the company. During their development, Penta has been able to translate the ideas of renowned designers into objects in which the beauty of form and functional utility come together.
This was also the main concept behind the collaboration with the Bogliato Traverso studio: Alberto Brogliato and Federico Traverso founded their design studio in 2014 after studying architecture and delving into the art of glassblowing and working with traditional Japanese ceramics. “No time, no space” is the claim that sums up the soul and vision of the studio: the creation of timeless design objects that adapt to different contexts.
From the encounter of these two parallel worlds, this young and interesting studio and the historic Brianza company, comes the Hang Out hanging lamp, a suspension and wall-mounted lighting system that combines the functionality of architecture with the expressiveness of decoration. It is a dual-emission LED bar that is coupled with panels of different shapes and colours, made of wood in essence, lacquer, or sound-absorbing material. The choice of light that a lamp is able to give to the home is essential for a good level of comfort, which is why Hang Out is designed to distribute light uniformly, characterising the rooms with plays of shadow through plates applied along the perimeter. This lamp can be positioned in both residential and contract environments, being extremely customisable and having many configurations capable of achieving a poetic visual rhythm that gives personality to spaces and transforms them into a welcoming refuge.