Tress is a web of threads and resin that acts at the same time as the structure, decoration and screen, a never before seen interplay of full and empty spaces, light and shadow. The cable woven inside the structure gives a plain and elegant effect.
- Compound Material on Lacquered Glass Fibre Base, Coated Metal and Aluminum
- Max Height: 43.3 inch
- Base Width: 8 inch
- Max Height: 76.8 inch
- Base Width: 8 inch
- Medium: 1 x 75W Halogen E26 PAR 30 (Bulb not included)
- Large 1 x 150W Halogen RSC + 1x75W Halogen E26 PAR (Bulb not included)
- Large 54W LED 2700 K 4830 lm CRI>90 (Included)
- Dimmer included
- Double switch
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 Tress Floor Lamp Designed by:
- Marc Sadler , 2008
A French citizen, born in Austria, Marc Sadler currently lives in Milan. Experimentation with plastics has often formed a key part of his design activity.
In the early 1970s, he perfected the first ski boot in a thermo plastic material that was completely recyclable. Sadler then began a long and fruitful collaboration that led to the patenting of the ski boot with a symmetric shell, which was for many years the most widely sold ski boot in the world. This is start of his career as a sports designer, which led to a close collaboration with the most important multinational sport companies in the United States, Asia, and Europe. Working in this sector, which has often pioneered research into new materials and techniques, provided the experience to enable him to bring innovation to more traditional areas where is set a concept of design as pure aesthetic shape.
A true citizen of the world (he has lived and worked for many years in Europe, North America and Asia), he is a consultant for companies in the fields of home furnishings, large and small household appliances, lighting, technically advanced products, and sports.
Awarded four times with the Compasso d’Oro, his work has won many international design awards over the years. Despite his reputation as a technical designer, Marc Sadler has a strong passion for painting and drawing, finding it so emotionally absorbing as to consider it his real passion.