Designed by brothers Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1962, the Toio Lamp takes its inspiration and its physical structure from a 300-watt car headlamp. This unique bulb, oriented to provide indirect light, is affixed to deconstructed parts of a fishing rod which contain the lamp’s power cord. A convenient cleat at the lamp’s base provides storage for the cord when not in use. This iconic fixtures is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
Iron and formed steel base, nickel-plated stem and car headlight. White, red or black finish.
D 7.6" x H 67" - 78.8" (Adjustable)
120V Incandescent: 1 x 300W PAR 56/MFL. Dimmable.
Includes 97" black cord with on/off switch.
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