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Tiago Curioni Bubble Table Lamp
Bubble Table Lamp is Golden Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Award Category.
Bubble Table Lamp

Bubble is a minimalistic table lamp, designed to be interactive with the user. Executed with a sphere carved from a block of marble found in the state of Espirito Santo, Brazil, has a brushed brass rod with a LED lamp inside. The adjustment is made when the sphere is rotated over the brass ring of the base. This simple support system allows numerous positions and placements together giving a dynamic character to this lamp. To produce the Bubble, various types of marble and metal can be used and mixed and the inspiration came from the well-known child's game by blowing bubbles through a straw.

Bubble Table Lamp
Tiago Curioni Bubble
Tiago Curioni Table Lamp
Tiago Curioni design
Tiago Curioni design
Tiago Curioni

Tiago Curioni is a young architect and designer who maintains a studio based in São Paulo since 2010. His work as a designer is basically made ​up of furniture that is developed for their architectural designs and later enters in his studio production line. An owner of a clean and simple feature , he usually works with various materials, always looking for innovative elements that can challenge your drawing.

Tiago Curioni Design Studio

Architect and urban planner, graduated from Mackenzie University, certified in eco-friendly architecture and sustainability by the Italian institution ANAB. In 2014 postgraduated in Strategic Design at the Institute Europeo di Design, with experience in areas such as branding, research methodologies and project. As a designer he creates and implements pieces of furniture and lighting that is used in his interior design projects. In his studio, based in São Paulo, he uses various types of different materials, such as copper, steel and wood, revealing a dynamic and restless character of his production. Also appropriates the concept of up-cycling as transforming technical materials, collecting various elements disposed in the trash and transforming them into new forms, creating a new cycle of life.