Aerodrome is inspired by the aerodynamic design of airplanes turbine engines as well as by the glorious tradition of modern Scandinavian design of the 60s in particular by designers like Panton, Saarinen and Jacobsen. Aerodrome is a family of lamps designed to adjust the mood of the room towards the smooth coolness typical of first class airport lounges. The table lamp demands to be placed within a clear area. With its curved, sculptural profile Aerodrome already "fills" the surrounding space while its profile is visually rich enough to decorate that part of the room and inspire a feeling of elegance. Also, when light is turned on, the laser-cut profiles of the top help projecting curved shapes of shadow and light on architectural surfaces of the room. When light is off the shape of the lamp is highlighted by the stark contrast of colors and textures between the external surface and the flower-like interior surface of the top. The design of a lamp goes beyond the pure functionality of illuminating while also trying to create an atmosphere suitable for anyone in pursuit of the idea of "exclusive lifestyle".