The collection is inspired by the vertical lines and simplicity of the Typha plant, typically found in marshy areas on the banks of rivers and lakes. Thanks to its graceful shape, in the 1970s it was a very characteristic decoration of domestic interiors.
Like the plant, the Lago collection also has three different sizes – small, medium and large – with a matt-black lacquered structure and copper details, which allow the lamps to be grouped together, creating the impression of a “luminous forest”.
In addition to the version with base, a fence-mounted option is also available. Directly planted in the ground, this recalls the shape of the Typha plant and integrates better with the external environment.
As usual with Servomuto’s projects, the lampshades have a linear and minimalist form, and are covered in Pierre Frey fabric. They are offered in three different finishes: Noumea Goyave, Bayamo Mimosa and Dominica Caraibes.