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Dancing Queen 456 Suspension

by Victor Vasilev

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The Dancing Queen is a decorative yet technical lamp designed by Victor Vasilev, for Oluce. It is a suspended lamp with a flexible compositional structure that allows different light layouts. The composition’s pivotal element is a central horizontal body that encloses the LED light source and supports ten thin metal cylinders of different diameters designed as adjustable spotlights. The spotlights, usually conceived as technical components, become a decorative element in this lamp because of their irregular design in size and positioning along the central support.

The Dancing Queen resembles a suspended sculpture and creates fascinating lighting harmonies. It is available in two colour variants: matt black and glossy Gray. Elegance and functionality, quality and dynamism of light, simple lines and contemporary finishes make the Dancing Queen a project that offers different lighting configurations perfect for everyday domestic scenarios.

Oluce is the oldest Italian design company in the lighting sector still in operation today. Oluce lighting’s design aesthetic is crisp, linear, and decorative. A subtle, intellectual beauty that over the years has led the company to produce some of the more recognizable and admired iconic lighting in the world. Its lamps appear in the most important permanent design collections worldwide.

Dancing Queen 456 Suspension by Victor Vasilev for Oluce
- Decorative yet technical design
- Metal
- H 123.2" x W 49.2"
- 10 adjustable spotlights
- 1 x 35W LED (included), 2700°K - 4200 lm - CRI>85
- Made in Italy



Victor Vasilev
Victor Vasilev