A recollection of childhood, of good moods belonging to the past, thinking of a reminiscence imprinted in our memory and turn it into a project, into an object, into lighting. That is exactly what Edmondo Testaguzza did while designing Le Trulle: a collection of suspended lamps reminding in their rounded shapes and their whiteness of the famous Apulian Trulli.
Those special houses, able to last keep on striking us, indeed. In a general process of updating and formal design, old architecture structures become furnishing objects reminding of open spaces, summer warmth conveying good sensations of comfort and relax. Soft lines, with no edges at all where the upper part is in natural ceramic and the shade is a metal thread seem to be combined, in order to create an in-built couple willing to offer lighting to welcoming interiors.