Troag Suspension Lamp

Luca Nichetto

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Suspension lamp with direct and indirect light. Diffuser made of hot curved multilayered wood processed on the edges with a 5-axis mill, matt extruded PMMA internal diffuser. The light is diffused lightly upwards through two slits situated at the top. Two stainless steel suspension cables with satin finish steel mechanical ceiling attachment and transparent electrical cable. Ceiling rose with galvanized metal bracket and satin finish chromed batch dyed ABS cover.

White, Black, Natural

Small: W125 x D8 x H8.5 cm
Medium: W185 x D8 x H8.5 cm
Large: W215 x D8 x H8.5 cm

Cable length:
Small: 190 cm
Medium: 190 cm
Large: 491.5 cm

Small: Fluorescent 1x24W G5
Medium: Fluorescent 1x54W G5
Large: Fluorescent 1x80W G5

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Troag is a suspension lamp with a light, linear, suspended shape that emanates a sense of natural familiarity, at home or at work. Inspired by a canoe-shaped wooden bowl traditionally found in Swedish homes, Troag is created in multi-layered wood that is heat curved and whose edges are specially milled to create a dynamic, inclined profile, emphasised by the grain of the wood. Troag’s design makes the most of the light, concentrating it downwards to light tables or surfaces in a uniform manner. An opaline screen situated beneath the fluorescent tube hides the technical components from view and allows the lamp to be used at different heights. There are three available finishes – white, natural wood and black lacquered wood – and three sizes – the largest is over two metres in length, to launch a brand new signal of style and warmth in any environment, from homes to contract spaces.

Born in Venice in 1976 where he graduated in Industrial Design. In 2006 he founded his studio, Nichetto&Partners, that deals with Design Consultant as well as Industrial Design. He held workshops in different universities in Italy and abroad and he takes part to exhibition in Europe, United States and Japan.

Foscarini focuses on developing new products but chooses only to put into production those that express new ideas. While inspiration is always valued, Foscarini’s development phase sometimes takes years of progressive research to analyze materials, shapes, processes and operating modes that sometimes lead to results drastically different from the initial concept.

This is why Foscarini lamps are so innovative yet built to weather the whim of trends and become true classics.