Tartan is the unmistakable design characteristic of Scottish woolen kilts with its perpendicular criss cross pattern generating ever changing geometric motifs. With this to inspire them Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, together with Foscarini, created to further top variation on the theme blown glass lamp continuing a journey began in 1998 with the Sun model and then with the Rituals lamp family.
The Tartan suspension lamp has a blown glass diffuser made using the technique of mouth blowing into a mold with a design engraved in it, enriching it with lines and Scottish folds echoing the weave of cloth and a graphic play of light and shadow. The acid etching technique used on the surface of the glass also produces a sensation of material softness fabric which brings to mind.
Materially rich with an attractive personality, Tartan diffuses a warm, suffused light filtered into the environment with matt glass and also ensures good direct lighting in a downwards direction.
Suspension lamp providing diffused and downward light. The etched glass diffuser, mouth-blowned in a a mold with special engravings, reminds the plot of the Scottish fabric and generates a graphic play of light and shadow.
|Materials||Blown acid-etched glass with reliefs.|
273007 10UL, 273007 24UL, 273007/5 10UL, 273007/5 24UL, 273007L 10UL, 273007L 24UL, 273007L/5 10UL, 273007L/5 24UL
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