The Foscarini Caboche wall lamp is a unique and elegant piece, perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any space. This lamp is composed of transparent and yellow gold polymethyl methacrylate spheres, with a white satin blown glass screen. It comes with a two-year warranty from the official Foscarini retailer. Bright and precious like a jewel, the Caboche wall lamp, designed for Foscarini by Patricia Urquiola, is a system of lighting with a strong aesthetic impact, capable of making any environment, both public and private, elegant and refined. With its rich and sophisticated style, the Caboche sconce lights up the surrounding environment with lightness, thanks to the external diffuser obtained from the fusion of a series of polycarbonate arches and transparent polymethyl methacrylate spherical elements, fixed to a chrome-plated metal frame. The inner diffuser is made of acid-treated blown glass. The Caboche wall lamp provides diffuse and reflected light to the environment: on the wall a suggestive play of lights and a mosaic of refractions are created, when the spherical elements of the structure are crossed, as if they were crystals. With a size of 31 x 18 h. 19.5 and a protrusion of 24.5, this lamp offers a power of 17.5w and a degree of protection IP20. It is also equipped with an R7s socket and it is not dimmable. Proposed in different sizes, it is offered in two color variants: transparent and yellow gold. The Caboche wall lamp is an ideal indoor lighting, suitable for different types of environments, such as bathroom, bedroom, corridor or to illuminate the work area. This Foscarini lamp is an innovative and elegant way to furnish a room with style.
What is the price of Caboche wall lamp Foscarini? The price of Caboche wall lamp Foscarini starts from £253.68. On LampCommerce, you can take advantage of discounts and free shipping.
Patricia Urquiola is one of Spain’s most important influential designers. Born in Oviedo in 1961, she developed her passion for the world of architecture and design at a very early age, aspiring to study them at the very best schools. Indeed, she attended courses in architecture and design at the University of Madrid and at Milan Polytechnic University, one of the best seats of learning for this sector in the world, and achieved excellent results; it was here that she graduated, presenting her thesis to one of the most famous architects and professors, Achille Castiglioni, who noted her particular passion and gift for this kind of work.