A timeless masterpiece of lightness and elegance, Model 2065 Wall is the result of Gino Sarfatti’s desire to experiment with materials. Gino Sarfatti came across methacrylate samples between 1949 and 1950. This convinced him to create a suspension lamp, the Model 2065, with this plastic polymer which is much lighter and more resistant than glass. The Model 2065 Wall added to this the extraordinary capacity to re-write the formal status quo for its category: with the cables fitting inside its tube, it was stuck to the wall yet also nomadic and required no architectural or electrical intervention. The Model 2065 Wall consists of a diffuser made up of two opalescent plates joined and perched upon a long and elegantly curved black painted steel tubular structure. A simple design played on the elliptical shape and the lightness of the materials which, together, seem to give life to a weightless creation. Five E14 LED bulbs provide illumination in all versions of the lamp. In terms of sustainability: the diffusers are made of Green Cast®, a 100% recycled and recyclable PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate) — patented and made in Italy — that has exactly the same aesthetic and functional quality of original methacrylate.