Referencias

Producto:
Twiggy floor
Familia:
Twiggy
Fabricante:
Foscarini
Diseñador:
Marc Sadler
ID de Architonic:
1047267
País:
Italia
Año de lanzamiento:
2006
Grupos:
Lámparas de pie-Iluminación general
Lámparas de pie-Lámparas de lectura
Lámparas de pie-…de metal
Lámparas de pie-…de plástico
Lámparas de pie-…de fibra de vidrio

Variedades de producto

Familia de producto

Concepto

Ample, linear, essential design combined with strong flexibility characterise the formal elegance and light sophistication of Twiggy. Foscarini reinterprets these details, offering an effective concept for new uses, which preserves all the decorative expressiveness of the original floor version. The table lamp offers in scale the typical flexible refinement of the original creation, while the ceiling model is the maximum expression of flexibility: by rotating 330° it is an optimal solution for decentralising a light source. The hanging version, which comes in two sizes, has a wide range of possible uses.
All the lamps are made in composite lacquered material on a fibreglass base and are available in four different colours. The diffuser uses the light source to the full and offers direct lighting on the surface below. In the large hanging and ceiling versions it also provides effective upward reflection, thanks to the transparent protective upper disk.


Table, ceiling and large/small hanging lamps made of lacquered composite material on a fibreglass base.
Colours: yellow, red, white and black.

Floor Version Bulbs
Halogen energy saver 3x77W E27
LED 33W 3000° K 2920 lm CRI>90 88 lm/W
con dimmer incluso

Table lamp
Size: 76x55/63 cm (lxh). The height varies with the insertion of the arm.

Ceiling lamp
Size: 170x78 cm (lxh)

Hanging lamp
Size: large Ø 46 h max 200 cm
Size: small Ø 18 h max 200 cm


Twiggy XL
Table lamp made of composite lacquered material on a fibre glass base, available in four colour finishes. The diffuser guarantees maximum exploitation of the light source which offers direct lighting on the surface below and effective reflection of the light upwards.