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Tabata Wall Lamp, Black

by Luca Nichetto

Estimated Ship Date On or Before 08/27


The Tabata Wall Lamp by Luca Nichetto is intended as a work of art, uniting an industrial aesthetic with a warm light. Tabata was born after acclaimed Italian designer Luca Nichetto became intrigued by the idea of creating a lamp that appeared to float. Comprised of three interconnected metal modules, Tabata can be oriented by the owner to direct the diffused light source as desired.

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Tabata Wall Lamp, Black by Luca Nichetto for &Tradition
- Floating artwork
- Made from cast aluminium, which has been powder coated to give a textured surface.
- W 5.9" x D 3.9" x H 8.3"
- 4 x GU10 max 5W LED
- Indoor use only
- Made in China
- Free Shipping


4 x GU10, 5W LED bulb (not included)
Hardwired (Installation required)
3.5 lbs
1 box 13.2"x13"x10.2"
W 5.9" H 8.3" D 3.9"


Luca Nichetto
Luca Nichetto

Luca Nichetto was born in 1976 in Venice. In 1999, Nichetto began his professional career with Murano-based glass maker Salviati, later becoming a product designer and consultant for lighting company Foscarini. In 2006, he founded his eponymous studio in Venice. In 2011, he moved to Stockholm, Sweden, to open a second studio where he still lives in and works. Today, Nichetto Studio works with a variety of brands and clients from all around the world, and its expertise is sought out across all design disciplines. A deep passion for, and knowledge of, industrial and craft manufacturing processes runs through every aspect of the studio’s work. Nichetto Studio’s projects abound in carefully selected cultural references and a keen attention to details. The designer’s unique position within both Scandinavian and Italian design culture has given Nichetto Studio worldwide recognition. Appreciation of its work extends far beyond the confines of the design industry.