Tobu offers a simple and versatile lighting solution for any space. It's dual beam capacity allows Tobu to be angled and give you the perfect lighiting solution. Able to fit in perfectly in both classical and contemporary spaces, this floor lamp provides a stylish and clean look. Tobu is ideal for living spaces, illuminating artwork and museums or galleries. LED power, durable aluminium frame and beautiful Italian design combine to create a dynamic piece. Designer Tommaso Tommasi took inspiration from the iconic Olympic torch for the Tobu's shape, in recognition of the 2026 Winter Olympics being awarded to Milan and Cortina. Through this peice, Rotalina are able to deepen their connection to their home in Northern Italy.
The light can be dimmed at the rear of the piece's head, and is able to be physically adjusted through 45°. Avaliable in matt white, matt black or a classy and luxurious bronze finish, Tobu is able to be adapted and scaled to take on any task. With four different beam angles to choose from, as well as two colour temperatures, Tobu is customisable to your exact needs. Tobu is also avaliable as a wall light, see below in More Like This for more information. LED included.
Finish: Matt White, Matt Black or Bronze
45° rotatable head
Beam Angle: 20°, 30°, 50° and 90°
Integrated dimmer on head
Lamp type: LED (Included) 76W / 2700K/3000K / 7,100lm
Product dimensions: W.214mm x D.92mm x H.1950mm x Diameter.92mm
4-6 weeks expected delivery time.
Italian manufacturer Rotaliana have been designing and crafting beautiful lighting solutions since 1989, inspired by the ancient tradition and natural beauty of their home in Trento, northern Italy.
Human ingenuity and mother nature come together in Rotaliana's designs, drawing inspiration from the balance of light and shade found in the region's stunning gorges and lakes. Each product goes through a process of rigorous quality testing, as well as sensory and emotional evaluation to guarantee beauty and functionality for customers. Rotaliana try not to follow trends, instead attempting to anticipate the future of lighting design by giving an exciting aesthetic edge to their products. Simple lines are often a key feature, leading to striking shapes and functions. Collaborations with designers and artists in Japan, Korea and Sweden has led this Italian brand to innovate and adapt for over 30 years.
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