Despite its decidedly decorative aesthetics, the Scout lamp collection was developed with the firm intention of forming part of the most demanding architectural projects, due to its distinct technical functionality. Its suitability for contract projects stems from the volume of its screen - 60 cm in diameter - as well as its versatility in the direction of its light.
Devised by Stone Design, the Scout features a simple system of angular movement based on the weight itself of the lamp's screen and the rotation of its canopy. This simple mechanism allows the user to direct the light wherever he wishes. The Scout is a decorative lamp with a vintage aesthetic reminiscent of the enameled cups once used at Scout camps, hence its name and defining aesthetic element: its screen with an exterior handle, which takes on functionality when used to tilt it and aim the lamps light.
The Scout is made of metal and features high-quality satin enamel with beige, red and grey finishes. These tones and its adjustable height make the Scout installable anywhere. Its screen has an inner spherical glass diffuser which conceals its light source: an E27 or LED bulb. Initially conceived as a suspension lamp, the manufacturing brand B.lux is already working on the expansion of this collection, with the addition of new features.
The Scout lamp is an innovative element of decorative lighting which the manufacturer B.lux displayed at the 2014 Light & Building trade fair in Frankfurt. The company B.lux, located in Spains Basque Country, has been a manufacturer of designer lamps since 1980.