Fashion and consumer electronics were the sources of inspiration for designer Mirco Crosatto in designing Dresscode. Cell phone covers in their endless variety stimulated the idea of a lamp that could be personalized in different colors – white, black, light grey, red, verdigris green and daffodil yellow. This is the palette you can use to create multicolor (or monochromatic) versions as you like. From the base to the jointed arm and all the way to the head, Dresscode consists of 12 interchangeable plastic plates that “dress” the aluminum structure. The distinctive feature of these plates is that they house the conductors necessary for their working. Once assembled in complete safety (the circuit, assures the manufacturer, is fully insulated) the plates conduct the electricity and enable the lamp, not the structure, to switch on. When “naked” the lamp remains switched off. Other special features of Dresscode are the visual comfort of a pleasant light, free from glare thanks to OptiLight technology, dimmable at a touch and very versatile due to four different joints (one at the base, two in the arm and one at the head), enabling the light to be rotated and positioned at will on your desk at home or in the office.