Tuca-Tuca led lamp by Elia Mangia

March 4th, 2013 by retail design blog

Tuca-Tuca is a Led lamp in two different versions, table lamp and floor lamp. The lampshade’s insert and the movement imitate a jackknife’s blade. The unusual aspect makes the object more similar to an animated creature than to a lamp. It installs a white Led stripe and consists of a carved and turned maple wood stem, a metal painted lampshade and a pedestal.

Designed by Elia Mangia











http://eliamangia.com

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One thought on “Tuca-Tuca led lamp by Elia Mangia

  1. Croatian fun club says:

    Nice job!

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