Foscarini Caboche Lamp designed Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto
Born in Orviedo (Spain), Patricia Urquiola learnt in Madrid and graduated at Politecnico di Milano with Achille Castiglioni as a tutor. From 1990 to 2000 she teamed up with De Padova and Lissoni Associati. In 2001 she started her very own design studio, whereby he has actually worked together with several brand names at a worldwide degree. Eliana Gerotto was birthed in Venice. She started her career in Milan as a visuals professional. She got her level in Communication Techniques at Fondazione Davide Campari in Milan. She worked in various fields as graphic, commercial professional, established curator and interior decorator.Caboche LampSophisticated, great and multi-faceted, the Caboche ceiling lamp is a mosaic of refractions, an ideal combination of various characters within a solitary kind, that incorporate to produce the body and lighting effect of the light. The 189 straightforward polymethylmethacrylate balls increase the brightness of the main illumination source and being arranged with an unique ring format, they allow sturdy lighting reflected off the ceiling and routed on to the surface below.The lights source is a halogen bulb, whose circulation is left complimentary to illuminate around: the upper matt white glass monitor warranties optimal diffusion of light upwards, and the reduced monitor has a concave form to secure the bulb and stop stunning, therefore making Caboche perfect for use above dining area tables. Even with its higher personal cost, the light's transparency multiplies colour mix possibility, for use in the home or in innovative, special public areas.