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Binic by Foscarini

Ionna Vautrin’s Binic light for Foscarini is named after a Breton port city. As for its round and geometric shape, inspiration came from the « windsocks » found on the decks of fishing boats. Produced...
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Ionna Vautrin‘s Binic light for Foscarini is named after a Breton port city. As for its round and geometric shape, inspiration came from the « windsocks » found on the decks of fishing boats. Produced in small quantities, Binic is easily transportable and transposable, perfectly at home in a child’s bedroom or in an office. Playful and practical, the bright screen diffuses a homogenous and intimate glow, that will help steer our dreams safely through uncharted territories.

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(Text: Fériel Karoui / Video: Foscarini)

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