domenico de palo designed the DOdò for viabizzuno in 2006. the lamp consists in a plaster body which can be fitted either in plasterboard panels or a brick wallbox.

a special feature of this lamp is its capacity to mingle with the surfaces it is installed on: the plaster it is made of allows applying the same finishing of the surrounding wall to the surface of the lamp’s body, by adopting the same materials and technique that were used for puttying, shimming and painting the brickwork.

the final result is a portion of wall, which – once cut – rises as if opening a recess in which light is concealed. the light fixture has no preferantial installation direction, moreover it may be installed freely on either vertical or horizontal walls. the light which is emitted is indirect and makes use of the body’s inner surfaces as diffusers.

the DOdò , along with other viabizzuno products, is on display @ our wynwood showroom. for more information, contact glottman @ 305.438.3711 or visit us monday – friday 10am – 6pm.