The pretty little Fortebraccio Tavolo table lamp was designed in 1996 by Paolo Rizzatto and Alberto Meda for the Italian lamp manufacturer Luceplan.
The Fortebraccio Tavolo is extremely limber — with its central joint it enables both arms to be adjusted individually, horizontally as well as vertically. The dimmer or on/off switch is integrated into the handle on the lamp's head.
Alternatively, this table lamp is available in different colour versions and with table base, with table clamp, or with universal plug for fixed installation to the table or wall. Discover all different versions at "product versions".
The entire Fortebraccio collection can be found by clicking "collection".
|Designer||Paolo Rizzatto , Alberto Meda|
|Colors||white, metal | soft-touch: black|
|Materials||polycarbonate, metal, steel|
Diameter Diffuser: 16cm
Diameter Base: 23.6cm
|Illuminant||1x Halogen-Bulb E27/7W - energy efficency grade A++ - excl., (please order under "accessories")|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++ - E|
|energy efficency grade||g|
|Seal of Approval||
EN-EC seal of approval
Lamp with EU-plug
Height adjustable lamp
Lamp adjustable in width
|Miscellaneous||- au moins 50% recyclés|
black/soft-touch/with table base and switch/LxWxH 23.6x35.5x44cm
white/with table base and switch/LxWxH 23.6x35.5x44cm
metal/with table base and switch/LxWxH 23.6x35.5x44cm
metal/with table clamp and switch/WxH 35.5x44cm