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

Espresso lamp by Piers Mansfield-Scaddan
There are espresso addicts all over the world just like there are design lov...
Avion hanging lamp by FontanaArte
Support and shade in polished white painted nylon, manufactured through rota...
Tekio lamp by Anthony Dickens
The new design, called ‘Tekio’, the Japanese word for ‘adaptation’, is flexi...
Quercus desk lamp by Max Ashford
The wood is reclaimed off-cuts of seasoned white oak sourced locally (within...

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

  1. Croatian fun club says:

    Nice job!

Leave a Reply