The Falena was designed by Alvaro Siza in 1994
The Falena lamp collection exudes a sense of lightness and elegance, offering versatile options in floor, table, and wall versions. It features an adjustable body and diffuser wings, allowing for precise control of the lighting.
The wall lamp provides directional light with dual intensity settings, although it is not dimmable. Its frame is constructed from chromed metal and incorporates an adjustable body for flexible positioning. The pivoting diffuser fins are made of anodized aluminum, providing further customization of the light direction. The bulb is protected by a sandblasted glass screen.
The base and body are electrically connected using a jack, ensuring a secure and stable connection. The lamp includes a black power cable, switch, and plug. It is equipped with a European two-pole plug power supply.
Note that the bulb is not included and needs to be purchased separately.
Álvaro Siza was born in Matosinhos (near Porto), in 1933. From 1949-55 he studied at the School of Architecture, University of Porto. He taught at the School of Architecture (ESBAP) from l966-69 and was appointed Professor of “Construction” in 1976; he taught at the School of Architecture of Porto.