"Innovative, the Hugo architectural system allows the connection of up to 7 elements of one meter long on a single electrical outlet and a single rose. This architectural system can be configured in variants of 2 to 7 elements, depending on the designer's aesthetic and lighting needs. Hugo offers technical quality lighting without losing the iconic aesthetic value of Slamp. The requirements of the head office, established in accordance with UNI EN 12646-1:2001, impose an average brightness of 500 lx on work surfaces, a U0 uniformity coefficient greater than 0.6 and a UGR (Unified Glare Rating) value less than 19. The Prism and White versions each easily meet these requirements, as well as a CRI (Color Rendering Index) greater than 90."
Solid, yet fluid: the magical effect is created with an invisible steel frame hidden under layers of Slamp's innovative Lentiflex®, a material that liquifies LED illumination. The light is transformed into a soft, uniform, almost weightless, floating glow. The design and bend of the floor lamp were inspired by the outreached hands of Michelangelo's "Last Judgement" in the Sistine Chapel. The light touch dimming system is ergonomically placed, and blinks when the lamp is at minimum and maximum brightness. Just like the Hugo, Hugo Vertical, and Hugo Architectural system, Hugo Floor respects the UNI EN 12464 standard for office illumination. The transformer plugs in and the cord is black to avoid showing any dirt while resting on the floor. It's very easy to assemble: the two modules have a pre-set inclination, and simply connect together.