Magneto Floor Lamp
In the Magneto floor lamp, the invisible force of a magnet joins the supporting rod to the illuminating body, allowing you to direct it just like a torch, casting the light in the desired direction.
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A special personality in the world of lighting. A technological and creative workshop that conceives, develops and produces not just lamps but pure emotions, in collaboration with many other designers from around the world. A company that is free, passionate, unconventional and right at the heart of the industry in which it thrives.
As ever attentive to the relationship between craftsmanship tradition and design, his research leads towards new design topics, re-inventing objects and habits.
In 2001, together with Matteo Ragni, he won the Compasso d’Oro ADI prize with the “Moscardino” biodegradable multi-purpose cutlery, which is part of the permanent design collection at the MoMA in New York.
In 2009, he was awarded the Prize for Innovation by the President of the Italian Republic. For Foscarini, he has designed Tropico, a project based on a single modular element that creates several shapes, and the Magneto lamp, which makes use of the invisible force of a magnet for an object designed to reposition and direct light.