The new Troag light by Foscarini features a weightless, linear and suspended design that transmits a sense of natural familiarity in both domestic and professional spaces.
March 2nd, 2011
Inspired by a Swedish tröag, a canoe-shaped wooden utensil used for crushing fruit this brand new suspension light is made of multilayered, heat-curved wood with edges that are specially milled to create an inclined and dynamic profile.
The well considered length of the suspension improves the production of light, concentrating the flow downwards to light tables or surfaces in a uniform manner. Furthermore the opaline screen beneath the fluorescent tube conceals the technical components from view and allows the light to be used at different heights.
Troag launches an original signal of style and warmth in both domestic and commercial environments.
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