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Taccia Original Classic Table Lamp by Achille Castiglioni
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The Castiglioni brothers often created designs that challenged our perspective, and the Taccia, which gives the illusion of an upside-down hanging lamp, is an inspired example of that. Designed by the famed duo in 1962, the Taccia has a concave spun-aluminum reflector with a matte white finish. Its light can be adjusted by positioning the blown glass diffuser as necessary. Its base is made of extruded aluminum and is available in an anodized matte black or natural sandblasted finish.

The Taccia emits reflected light. It is available in black/anodized aluminum and has two options for its light source:
- Remote Phosphor LED

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  • Installation Pdf

    TACCIA USA.pdf

  • Mounting

    Table Top

  • Lamp (Bulb) Description

    1 Remote Phosphor LED 2700K 930lm CRI 95 25 W 1 x 60W PAR 30 Halogen (Included) 1 COB LED 2700K 2068lm CRI 93 - 28W DIMMER

  • Environment

    Indoor - Dry Location

  • Finish

    Black Anodized Silver

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  • Construction Material

    Aluminum, Glass

  • Switching

    Dimmer switch that provide ON-OFF functions and 10-100% light adjustment with memory Power cord with ON-OFF switch Polarized power cord with ON-OFF

  • Cord Length / Color

    94" - Black

  • Weight (lbs)

    20.72 lbs 20.72 lbs

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    A clever play on perspective from the famed Castiglioni brothers.

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Inspiration behind the design:

Their industrial backgrounds are evident in this design, a shining example of the way Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni applied a minimalist approach to refurbishing everyday objects.