Infinito Wall Light

Designed by:  Davide Groppi
Manufactured by:  Davide Groppi

Infinito was designed based on a concept of space. It is a homage to Lucio Fontana. A thin line cuts through space and defines its volume. To arrive at this concept, I developed the idea of a light without boundaries. I wanted to express only its essence and poetry. Infinito, from my way of looking at things, is pure light. This project was designed using a thin strip of composite material (18 mm in width) that eliminates heat accumulation. It is a simple LED strip with two tighteners at each end. Infinito is a system. It is possible to cut the strip to whatever length is desired and position it horizontally or vertically on the wall or on the ceiling. Infinito is available as white light or with an RGB controlled system. The Infinito is constructed with metal and nylon.    Infinito 6 includes a max 45W 3000K 4400lm LED bulb. Infinito 12 includes a max 90W 3000K 8800lm LED bulb.   Manufactured by Davide Groppi.

Designed in 2016.

Available in 6 meter and 12 meter lengths.

$1,665.00
Designed by:  Davide Groppi
Manufactured by:  Davide Groppi

Infinito was designed based on a concept of space. It is a homage to Lucio Fontana. A thin line cuts through space and defines its volume. To arrive at this concept, I developed the idea of a light without boundaries. I wanted to express only its essence and poetry. Infinito, from my way of looking at things, is pure light. This project was designed using a thin strip of composite material (18 mm in width) that eliminates heat accumulation. It is a simple LED strip with two tighteners at each end. Infinito is a system. It is possible to cut the strip to whatever length is desired and position it horizontally or vertically on the wall or on the ceiling. Infinito is available as white light or with an RGB controlled system. The Infinito is constructed with metal and nylon.    Infinito 6 includes a max 45W 3000K 4400lm LED bulb. Infinito 12 includes a max 90W 3000K 8800lm LED bulb.   Manufactured by Davide Groppi.

Designed in 2016.

Available in 6 meter and 12 meter lengths.

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Designed by:  Davide Groppi
Manufactured by:  Davide Groppi

Infinito was designed based on a concept of space. It is a homage to Lucio Fontana. A thin line cuts through space and defines its volume. To arrive at this concept, I developed the idea of a light without boundaries. I wanted to express only its essence and poetry. Infinito, from my way of looking at things, is pure light. This project was designed using a thin strip of composite material (18 mm in width) that eliminates heat accumulation. It is a simple LED strip with two tighteners at each end. Infinito is a system. It is possible to cut the strip to whatever length is desired and position it horizontally or vertically on the wall or on the ceiling. Infinito is available as white light or with an RGB controlled system. The Infinito is constructed with metal and nylon.    Infinito 6 includes a max 45W 3000K 4400lm LED bulb. Infinito 12 includes a max 90W 3000K 8800lm LED bulb.   Manufactured by Davide Groppi.

Designed in 2016.

Available in 6 meter and 12 meter lengths.

Davide Groppi

Each selected Davide Groppi lighting piece reflects his artistic vision. These finely designed lamps bring an intensity of focused and diffused light to an area, while occupying the least amount of space possible. Their signature style uses a minimalist line with exaggerated proportions to create a feeling of lightness and movement, suited to any tasteful modern home. Introduce the artistry of Davide Groppi to yours, and experience the unique combination of humanism and industrialism in lighting.

Davide Groppi

Davide Groppi (born 1963 in Piacenza, Italy) grew up designing and constructing mechanical inventions with his father. According to the designer, “My father taught me not only how to put things together and create from spare parts, but also how to appreciate beauty and construct things solidly. Together, we built a pinball machine, a telegraph and … a lamp.” He began formerly working in mechanical design in 1985 before he started selling lamps of his own design in 1988. Groppi became well-known for his lighting work, which conveys emotion, weightlessness, and simplicity. He has collaborated with a number of prominent brands including 967 Design, Boffi, Christofle, De Padova, Harry Thaler, Omar Carraglia, Paola Lenti, and Sara Frattini. Davide Groppi's work has earned a number of honors over the years, including the Edida Award (2011), Design Plus Award (2014) and the ADI Compasso d'Oro Mention of Honour (2016).