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For Binic table lamp through Foscarini the designer Ionna Vautrin was inspired by the high seas and in particular individual elements such as windsocks and lighthouses. It is thus little wonder then that the lamp owes its name to a lighthouse on the coast of northern France! The handy Foscarini lamp impresses with its distinctive, unusual but very appealing shape and its compact construction. The large opening emits a soft light and with the lamp itself being available in 5 warm tones or white the Foscarini lamp can perfectly compliment your own personal environment.


Product type Desk lamp

Dimensions in cm
Weight 1,2 kg
Colours Regular colours

Material Polycarbonate, ABS
Function & properties Direct light distribution
Diffused light
Bulb: compact fluorescent E14 socket, max. 12 Watt

Assembly Please click on the image to open the assembly manual (ca. 0,3 MB).
Delivery includes Light bulbs are not included with the delivery
Care Plastic surfaces should be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth with a little soap or ordinary household cleaners. Do not use caustic or abrasive cleaners.
Warranty 24 months
Product datasheet Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,1 MB).

Popular versions

Binic, Anthracite
Binic, White
Binic, Teal
Binic, Yellow
Binic, Rose
Binic, Blue

More about 'Binic' in our blog

smow Blog Interview: Ionna Vautrin - For me objects need to relate to the human, to human forms...

...French designer Ionna Vautrin first reached a broad international public with her Binic lamp for Italian manufacturer Foscarini, a design which, it's fair to say, is/was one of those genuinely, gloriously, joyous moments in the (hi)story of lighting design, a work full of character yet devoid of vanity, universally applicable yet always individual... Ionna Vautrin is however more than Binic: before Binic Ionna had enjoyed a varied, international career working with a diverse roster of studios and across an equally diverse range of design genres...

(smow) blog 2013. A pictorial review: December

...In addition December 2013 saw the launch of the Vitra Design Museum's book "The Vitra Campus – Architecture Design Industry" and we became acquainted with the lamp Binic by Ionna Vautrin for Foscarini...

Binic by Ionna Vautrin for Foscarini

..."1 We admit to having wondered when we saw Ionna Vautrin's Binic lamp on the "Light for tomorrow" table at the Vitra Design Museum's Lightopia exhibition... Inspired by ships funnels Binic is formally very reminiscent of Vico Magistretti's 1967 lamp Eclisse for Artemide...

All 'Binic' Posts

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