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Foscarini - Magneto Floor Lamp

$559.00 incl. VAT,
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Flexible Floor Lamp

The Magneto floor lamp is a minimalist and at the same time sophisticated floor lamp that can flexibly adapt to different lighting demands.

Operating the lamp, designed by Giulio Iacchetti in 2001, is as simple as it is ingenious: the height, angle and direction of the lamp body can be individually adjusted using a magnet. The bar with LED bulbs can be moved continuously to the desired position - all held by an unseen magnetic power.

Adjustable Light

The compact LED lamp body on the Foscarini Magneto spreads a precise and intense light downwards, ideal for reading or working. If the body is turned upwards, a space-filling, indirect light emerges. Different lighting needs can be met in this way. The light’s intensity can be adjusted to individual needs with just a turn of the hand.

Colours & Sizes

In addition to the magnetic floor lamp, the first design by Giulio Iacchetti, the lamp is also available as a small table lamp in black and white.



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Item no.131017
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Protection classIP 20
Luminous flux475 lm/ Lumen
MaterialABS-plastic, steel
DimensionsHeight: 120 cm, Depth: 20 cm, Length: 20 cm
Weight2.8 kg (without packaging)
Power plug typePlug Type C (CEE 7/16, Euro plug) - Used in: Europe, with the exception of the UK, Ireland, Cyprus and Malta. Please check, if you need an adapter for your country!
Canopy includedNo
Cable length170 cm
Note:The LED bulbs can not be replaced.
Maximum power5 Watt
Luminous color, color temperature2700 K, warm white
DesignGiulio Iacchetti
Please noteInformation on disposal
CategoryFloor lamps
Video about the product

Interview with Magneto designer Giulio Iacchetti

Designer Giulio Iacchetti created the light Magneto for Foscarini. In this 3 minutes long video he explains the design and the functionalities of this flexible light. What is at the bottom of the design project Magneto?