It is a pleasure to introduce the new Light Collection, now boasting two lamps that, owing to their unique and refined design, can gracefully modulate light and create impressive light and shadow effects. These are Tull and Tie Lamp, interiors lamps with a vaguely retro charm modernized through daring chromatic combinations.
Tull, designed by Tommaso Caldera, is a suspension lamp and floor lamp, which reinterprets the old lamps that were usually seen in workshops or factories. The idea at the basis of this project was to adapt an object, which was previously merely intended for industrial use, to a domestic environment by refining its essence and shape.
The metallic frame, whose original task was to protect the light source, was redesigned so as to hold the diffuser and modulate the light, thus generating alluring shadows. The result is an object featuring a well-balanced and essential design, combining simple lines with beauty and functionality. A lamp, whose aesthetics are equally admirable both when the light is on and when it is off.
Full and hollow shapes, light and shadow, neutral and bright shades. These are the contrasts that inspired Laura Marìn in the creation of her Tie Lamp, a lamp with a multifaceted personality. The full and tactile character of the two terracotta lampshades, bound together by brightly coloured laces, are perfectly balanced by the surreal allow band separating them. Its organic and simple shape creates appealing light and shadow effects, thus lighting interiors with unusual discretion.