The Float lamp designed for Axolight, says Mario Alessiani, is “a functional emotion”: emotion by its discreet and evocative light, and functional by its versatility, thanks to the multiple versions available. It comes in five colors (white, black, blue, cement, mauve powder) and is produced in five variants: table, floor, suspended, wall-mounted and even a table version that enables it to be stood freely on an object, a bottle for instance, thanks to a central hole closed in the top. Just like the beach inflatables for children from which it drew its inspiration, Float really seems to float on its very slender metal stem or on objects chosen as a support. In technical terms, Float is portable thanks to a 9-hour battery that recharges in 4 hours with a normal USB charger, without using the bases, which enable you to stack different lamp bodies each on the other (also ideal in confined spaces). And after 500 charging cycles, just change the battery. Features that make it suitable not only for home use, but also for hospitality venues such as restaurants or resorts.