An entity of interior design that develops and turns a space into an effective conceptual project and enters significantly in relation with its form: the lampshade.
The frame is the backbone of the lampshade, the efficient adaptation to its modern function. It is composed by a set of elements making up the skeleton of a rigid supporting structure with which some parts of less resistance are connected.
A lampshade has a metal structure with two or more orders of straight wire supports holding up the upper and the lower edges; the frame has a central socket to attach the light bulb and is made of a metallic wire, galvanized or covered with plastic, usually painted white to prevent oxidation and rust.
The lamp saddle and socket can have different sizes: the small E14 or the large E27 wire fitting, eventually with a reducer or an adapter ( i.e. a white plastic ring, or a converter plug, that goes between the socket and the bulb), permanently attached to the shade which is directly installed to the lamp socket (EC European or BC British fitting system).