The Luxy collection from 2002 has two articulated arms and an adjustable lamp head. The shade is made of glass and adds fresh color accents with colorful paintwork.
The eponymous detail of the String collection from 2011 is the optionally colored cord that runs along the lamp arms and gives String flexibility and recognition value. Characteristic of String is the flat, disc-like lamp head with a hole in the middle.
The shade of the timelessly elegant Drink collection is based on a wine goblet, while the Dry lampshade is reminiscent of martini glasses. The no-frills shapes from the Drink or Dry collections match any interior, add an elegant component to them and are functional light sources for illuminating dining tables or counters.
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More about the brand Rotaliana
Many of the lights from Rotaliana are characterized by multifunctionality, an appealing modern design and innovative technology. The Italian lighting brand is thus continuously meeting customer needs for flexible and, above all, energy-efficient light.
The company Rotaliana, which comes from the northern Italian region of Trentino-South Tyrol, has been producing luminaires since 1989. Creativity, a keen sense of innovation and cooperation with talented designers have been factors in steadily growing success ever since. Unlike many other lighting labels, there is no formal stringency at Rotaliana, rather the design language is multifaceted and adapts perfectly to the current taste and lifestyle.
The designers Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda are behind many Rotaliana lights, like MultiPot, which was even recommended for the Compasso d’Oro ADI in 2008.
Donegani and Lauda also designed the bestsellers Luxy, String, Capri, Drink and Belvedere for Rotaliana. The up-and-coming talent Paolo Dell’Elce created the Collide and Sunset collections, which conjure up fantastic indirect light.