Design by Studio Truly Truly
A NEW LANGUAGE IN DECORATIVE LIGHTING
Mix and match to create endless expressions
7 Luminaires | Flexibly positioned
Individually controlled | Infinite combinations
Pendant | Chandelier | Wall | Floor
Studio Truly Truly and Rakumba have designed a lighting system of exceptional flexibility and purity of form. The system is inspired by the way characters form words, and how these can be arranged in relationships to create a language of expression.
Typography is a mix and match lighting system based around an advanced rail allowing for the complete mobility of each light.
Combining multiple rails in vertical or horizontal orientations enables Typography to be formed into endless expressions; sophisticated pendants, chandeliers, wall sconces and room dividers, almost limitless design solutions.
The Typography Floor Lamp released in 2019 offers an unprecedented opportunity to create personalised expressions in a portable luminaire.
Typography’s first collection, CILON, consists of seven different lighting fixtures, or characters. Each light can be positioned on four sides of the central axis and can be controlled independently of any other.
Over time lights can be moved to new positions, or new lights and rails can be added. The design possibilities are almost limitless, delivering technically complex performance in a seemingly effortless way.
Drawing from the artistic and harmonious collection of TYPOGRAPHY fittings, the floor lamp offers an unprecedented opportunity to create endless expressions in a portable luminaire. Each light can be positioned anywhere along the length of the stand and on any of four locations around the central axis. Wireless dimming enables balanced illumination effects to complete this luxurious high performance lamp.
Truly Truly is a Rotterdam (NL) based design studio. It was founded by Australian husband and wife design team Joel Booy & Kate Booy, and operates on the interface between industry and art. They run a versatile practice, creating textiles, lighting, furniture and spatial installations. “We are constantly trying to appeal to our own desire … READ MORE