iGuzzini's Le Perroquet projector was born with the idea that this object hovers in the air as if it were flying like a bird, a light but constant and easily recognizable presence in space. From these elements derives the name Le Perroquet which in French means Parrot. Installed for the first time at the Beaubourg the Centre Pompidou in Paris at an exhibition that had as its theme the lightness precisely on the projects of the RPBW studio. The Projectors were suspended from steel cables with a length of over 10 meters. The aesthetics in particular immediately highlights the partitioning of the simple geometric shapes of the conical optics and the finned component boxes behind them that counterbalance their function and shape.