The Foscarini Nuage by designer Philippe Nigro is an apparent eye-catcher at the wall, inspired by the "Op-Art" of the 60s. The arts movement then was able to delight the wide mass with avant-garde arts. As well as its models, the Foscarini Nuage changes according to the angle it is watched from. Uncountable, different light effects emerge.
Nuage is a three-dimensional image which illuminates the surroundings offering different and unique angles of view: The irregular and organic made modules seem to float on air, the diagonal lamellae come together in special angles in order to damp the light with different effects and to avoid glaring as well as tree leaves do – but a bit more abstract.
The simplicity of the design of the Foscarini Nuage, but also the resulting complex shapes astonish again and again. Even when the lamp is switched off, because of the sculptural design.