Table lamp for indoor installations, with a dimmer feature for diffused light. Manhattanhenge captures and projects the suggestion of a sunset among the skyscrapers of New York City.
FormaLa, a ribbon of light made of harmonic steel that can be positioned in an infinite variety of configurations: straight or curved lines, symmetric and asymmetric, open or closed.
An indoor wall lamp for indirect light with dimming, also available in the suspended and freestanding versions.
Wireless atmospheric lighting with a touch dimmer, intended for indoor or outdoor use, for relaxing, reading or as a centrepiece.
A very powerful, efficient indoor wall lamp with dimmer, for indirect and diffused light, with an utterly uncluttered, ultra-compact design.
Gradimini, with its timeless design dated 1990, is now available in a LED version.
A 230V cable-mounted TensoLuminaire for direct accent lighting, with a swivel lighting body.
The iconic lamp Cuboluce, designed by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi in 1972, evolves in the new wireless version.
Cuboled, for reading in bed, is the led version of the historic Cuboluce.
A 230V cable-mounted led miniTensoLuminaire, with twin emission for direct and indirect light .
This elegant little 14 cm diameter sphere is ideal in small and medium-sized rooms.
A suspension luminaire for interiors with a twin light emission and with a twin switching and dimming, also available in a wall and freestanding versions.
An indoor luminaire with dimmer for indirect light from the Assolo family, featuring the evocative stress of light and a compact linear design, available in suspended, ceiling lamp, tabletop and fl
CUBOLUCE CLASSIC BRITTO
Imaginative textures designed by this pop artist now adorn the Cuboluce, the iconic lamp designed in 1972 by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi, generating a creative, colourful special edition th
A wall and ceiling luminaire with a linear and compact design for indirect light from the Assolo family.
Cuboluce classic is the historic Cuboluce designed by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi in 1972.