Foscarini's Gregg Piccola bathroom lamp resembles a small, glowing stone. When creating the luminaire, designers Ludovica and Roberto Palomba wanted to avoid pure geometry, opting instead for a natural, recognizable and very easy-to-approach form that evokes images of pebbles smoothed by water.

The small Gregg Piccola bathroom lamp is part of Foscarini's Gregg collection, whose first luminaires were introduced in 2007. The lamp has an IP rating of 44 and is intended for use in the bathroom: it can be mounted on the side of the mirror or integrated into the mirror itself by cutting a hole in the mirror surface and installing the lamp in that spot. Like other luminaires in the Gregg collection, the lamp is made from free-blown satin glass, which diffuses the light into a soft, pleasant glow.

Gregg Piccola mirror lamp




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Blown acid-etched glass, polycarbonate

Ludovica + Roberto Palomba

Ludovica and Roberto Palomba are architects who work and live in Milan. In 1994 they founded their own studio called Palomba Serafini Associati. Palomba Serafini Associati plans architecture, interior, exhibition and industrial design worldwide. 

Since 2003 Roberto Palomba has also worked as a part time industrial design lecture at the Milan Polytechnic. Ludovica and Roberto Palomba are also Art Directors for many leading brands. They have received numerous international awards like Compasso D'Oro, Elle Decoration International Design Award, Red Dot, Design Plus, Good Design Award and German Design Award.

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