Through a revealing exercise, the Tria lamp updates the aesthetics of the classic designs from which it is inspired. The Luis Eslava Studio has simplified the style of antique lamps by eliminating all the superfluous details and only keeping the essential parts, thus, creating a contemporary piece with a taste of classic. The Tria is basically a simple structure created from thin iron tubes bended in different directions and each one ending with a tiny fabric lampshade.
In the floor lamp, four iron tubes form a tripod-like base. They join on their way up, and then they separate again at the top in different directions. Each tube is finally crowned with a different-shaped lampshade. The wall lamp only has three tubes emerging from the base fixed to the wall and going in different directions. Moreover, the floor lamp includes a dimmer with on/off switch that offers the possibility of regulating the intensity of the three upper lampshades and of turning on or off the light of the bottom lampshade.
Designed by Luis Eslava Studio