New Yuh Brass by Louis Poulsen
Louis Poulsen now expands the Yuh family, designed by GamFraseti, with editions of brass stem and white or black Italian marble base that will undoubtedly bring a touch of sophistication to all types of interior spaces.
The luminaire mainly provides non-dazzling downlight. The screen angle can be adjusted to optimize light distribution. A small aperture at the top of the screen provides gentle upward ambient lighting. A mechanical system allows great freedom of movement so that the light can always be placed in the right position in the workplace, the living room, etc. The integrated LED technology provides high quality light thanks to its progressive dimming of between 15% and 100%. The timer function allows you to switch off the light automatically with three-time options: Off, 4 hours and 8 hours. A function allows you to set a fixed level of illumination each time the lamp is connected to the power grid. At the top of the tube, a button acts as a switch and regulator.
- Product history
Italian-Danish designer duo GamFratesi designed Yuh for Louis Poulsen in 2017. Initially introduced in black and white, the family was expanded with new additions through brass and marble editions. One of the essential features of the lamp is its personality. The light is flexible and takes up little space. It can be rotated, raised or lowered, illuminating and creating an atmosphere in the desired space. The shape of the screen is determined geometrically by the movement made on its stem. Its minimalist appearance is given by the circular shape of its lower part, which becomes linear when it reaches the opening located at the top of the screen. Yuh is the phonetic transcription of “you” representing these letters the sound produced by the voice when pronouncing the term.
The GamFratesi studio was founded in 2006 by two architects: The Danish Stine Gam and the Italian Enrico Fratesi.
Their designs take their creative strength to merge tradition and innovation in the experimental approach they make of the materials and techniques chosen. Each with their own backgrounds and education, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi draw inspiration from traditional Danish craftsmanship and furnishings, as well as a classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach.