The Foscarini Tress Floor Lamp is a lamp of great personality that brings elegance and sophistication to any environment, with its captivating design projecting a surprising play of shadows and lights into the room. With its enveloping fiberglass and resin structure, this lamp will surely become an iconic piece of your home. The lamp has dimensions of ø 24 h. 110 with an IP degree of IP20, and can be equipped with a dimmer. The Tress floor lamp, designed by Marc Sadler for Foscarini, is inspired by the idea of a female braid and reproduces the weaving of a craft item. Its structure is obtained by interweaving a fiberglass ribbon around the cylindrical lamp body which is then hardened with resin. When off, the lamp is a fascinating design object that creates full and empty spaces with its particular weaves; when on, it is even more suggestive for the games of lights and shadows it projects, thanks to the two light sources with separate switches, one at the top and one at the bottom. The first diffuses light towards the ceiling, the second emphasizes the graphic effect of the texture of the lamp. Tress is perfect for illuminating the living area or bedroom or to characterize a corner of the study or office. Available in 5 color tones, white, black, red, gray and indigo, the Tress floor lamp fits any style of decor. As an official Foscarini reseller, we include a 2-year warranty with your purchase. A lamp of great beauty and elegance, which will bring character and originality to your home.
What is the price of Tress floor lamp Foscarini? The price of Tress floor lamp Foscarini starts from £575.41. On LampCommerce, you can take advantage of discounts and free shipping.
Marc Sadler is an internationally renowned French designer, greatly admired for his creative genius and interest in trying out innovative solutions in the fields in which he has been operating for years: furniture, lighting, industrial production and sport. The author of countless technical design projects, he has received prestigious prizes and awards, including four relative to the well-known Golden Compass in Milan ADI.