• Tomoko table light, Amedeo g cavalchini and noemi lattanzio, Davide groppi
  • Tomoko table light, Amedeo g cavalchini and noemi lattanzio, Davide groppi

Tomoko table light

Tomoko table lamp by Amedeo G. Cavalchini + Noemi Lattanzio for Davide Groppi.

Designed by Amedeo G. Cavalchini & Noemi Lattanzio, the Tomoko table lamp is a square framed table lamp inspired by the movement of natural sunlight. After extensive research into the benefits of natural light reproduced by artificial means, the Tomoko lamp mimics a ray of light at different times of the day by turning the knob.  

The adjustable and dimmable table lamp can go from cold light (5000K), similar to the light generated by sun at midday, to warm light (2200K), similar to that at dawn. The knob can be used to change the light temperature and dim the light.

 

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£1,800
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Tomoko table lamp by Amedeo G. Cavalchini + Noemi Lattanzio for Davide Groppi.

Designed by Amedeo G. Cavalchini & Noemi Lattanzio, the Tomoko table lamp is a square framed table lamp inspired by the movement of natural sunlight. After extensive research into the benefits of natural light reproduced by artificial means, the Tomoko lamp mimics a ray of light at different times of the day by turning the knob.  

The adjustable and dimmable table lamp can go from cold light (5000K), similar to the light generated by sun at midday, to warm light (2200K), similar to that at dawn. The knob can be used to change the light temperature and dim the light.

 

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45w x 12d x 45cmh

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Constructed from metal, wood and methacrylate. Comes with a white cable. Dimmable. 

Available in matt white. 

Light source: 50W, 2200K, 7140lm + 45W, 5000K, 7175lm.

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