Table lamp composed of spheres of transparent polymetylmetacrylate ordered in a concentric layout, that multiplies the brightness of the central light source. A screen in white satinized blown glass guarantees maximum diffusion of light and prevents glare. A solid base is provided by the original design of the stem.
- PMMA, Blown Glass and Coated Aluminum
- Height: 15 inch
- Diameter: 12.2 inch
- Diffuser Height: 8 inch
- 1 x 60W Halogen G9 (Bulb not included)
Innovation, flexibility and a keen attention to quality is at the core of Foscarini, Italian lighting company based in Venice. With a strong emphasis on research and creative production methods, the company is able to produce products in a range of interesting materials in unique and innovative ways. Originality is an essential element in this company's identity - collaborating with contemporary design talent such as Marc Sadler and Patricia Urquiola in addition to accomplished grand masters.read more...
Self described as a "special personality in the world of lighting," Foscarini is an unconventional, free and passionate company thriving at the centre of the design industry. Foscarini's products can be found internationally as contemporary art installations and as home lighting solutions for residential purposes. Each product is a work of art with a unique character of its very own. Truly a global leader, Foscarini strives and succeeds in bridging experimental form and steadfast function in modern lighting design.
Foscarini Caboche Table Lamp Designed by:
- Eliana Gerotto
- Patricia Urquiola
A Venetian, she obtained her diploma in Communication Techniques in Milan. She has worked as a graphic designer for the Parisian magazine, Elle, and for the Venice Biennale, while she co-operates with some major Italian brands as image and product consultant.
Her creative entrepreneurship drives her towards ever-differing professional experiences, from interior designs to furnishings and even jewellery. Together with Patricia Urquiola, she has designed Caboche, a precious, luminous emotion that stems from a combination of technology and creativity.
Patricia Urquiola studied architecture at Madrid Polytechnic and Milan Polytechnic, graduating in 1989 with Archille Castiglioni as her metor. She was then given the position of being an assistant lecturer to Castiglioni and Eugenio Bettinelli in Mlan and Paris. Her designs are unconventional, emphatic, and experimental, blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise – qualities that also inform her work as an architect. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Barcelona is one of her many architectural projects.
She was responsible for the new product development office of DePadova and worked with Vico Magistretti as head of Lissoni Associati's design group. In 2001, she opened her own studio and started designing for some of the most important Italian and international companies around the world. She has since been awarded the Gold Medal of fine arts by the Spanish Government and been declared "Designer of the decade" in the German magazines "Home" and "Hauser".