The Uto Lamp Made From Supple Silicone Rubber By Foscarini

by interior designer

in Lighting

One of the most interesting lighting fixtures I have worked with in my career is the Uto Table Lamp by Foscarini. In fact, despite the name, it can also be described as a floor lamp or even a hanging lamp, depending on the location and use to which you give to this unique and dynamic light design. If you’re seeking a lamp that can offer your interior a vibrant and exciting element, then the Uto lamp designed by Gabriele Schiavon for Foscarini is one I highly recommend.

Uto-Table-LampThe Uto table lamp can best be described as a multi-purpose lighting element which as previously mentioned can be used as a ceiling, floor, table or outside lamp. It’s ability to interact with the user is unparalleled and is a leap forward in residential-use light development and design. The Uto lamp is fabulously flexible and can be moulded and positioned into various shapes and locations. It can even be moved and dragged from room to room.

uto-floor-lampThe Uto lamp is composed of supple silicone rubber. This means it is delightfully soft to touch and user friendly. It’s also perfect for use with children as a lighting accent in a bedroom or playroom. Due to the materials, which also includes a protective polycarbonate screen for the bulb, the Uto lamp is as good as indestructible and completely shatter-proof.

uto-silicone-lampsAs a lighting fixture, the Uto lamp can be considered for any room in the home and indeed, the garden or house itself. It comes in a choice of three colors which include white, orange and yellow. One can place it in the corner of the living room as a floor lamp, on a dining room table, hung from wooden ceiling beams in a bedroom or attached to an outside wall for summer night parties in the garden. It comes with a wall-mounting hook for easy attachment to inside or outside walls.

You can buy this contemporary lamp from the following location: The Uto Lamp Made From Supple Silicone Rubber.

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