Tuileries

Barovier&Toso

With its modern form rendered more traditional using the Rugiada technique, patented in the 20th century by Barovier&Toso, Tuileries is an infinite wall lamp: its perfect symmetry enables the creation of endless compositions of illuminated and nonilluminated elements, always perfectly arranged and e

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Specifications

General

Product Name
Tuileries
Designer
Barovier&Toso
Manufacturer
Barovier&Toso

Product Type

Interior Lighting
Wall lamps

Colours & Finishes

Available colours
crystal
Finishing
honey bronze

Catalogues

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With its modern form rendered more traditional using the Rugiada technique, patented in the 20th century by Barovier&Toso, Tuileries is an infinite wall lamp: its perfect symmetry enables the creation of endless compositions of illuminated and nonilluminated elements, always perfectly arranged and enriched by the brushed metallic structure with its warm honey bronze colour. Five models are proposed, intended merely as examples: the opportunities for personalisation are limitless, allowing entire walls to be covered, almost as a sort of luxury panelling. The lighting is 12V LED. 

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