Designer Renato Toso, Noti Massari & Associates group was founded in 1996 and it is composed of Renato, born in Murano, Noti Massari, born in Venice and their sons Anna, Marco, Pio and Tito Toso. The group has been operating in the field of industrial and interior design. It designs booths, exhibitions, expositions, shop-fittings and show-fittings for different firms, taking care of the image and graphic. Their works have been exhibited in museums around the world, among which are the Palazzo Grassi in Venice, the Louvre in Paris and the MOMA in New York. In 1996 they founded their associated architectural and design studio working both on public projects as well as with some of the most qualified companies (Artemide, Estel, Leucos, Stilwood, Rossi di Albizzate, Frighetto, Fly Line, North Sailes, Henry Lloyd, Venini, Cattelan Italia, Ali, Alpi, Formica, etc.).Bands or small disks of glass-trim appear to float from the ceiling on this semi-recessed, low voltage downlight. Excellent illumination is provided from the light source and the trims are available satin white or crystal with satin white center.
|Disk Low Voltage Recessed Lighting with Housing||Unavailable||9 lbs|
|Construction Type Options:||New Construction, Remodel|
|Insulation Type:||IC Rated for Insulated Ceilings|
|Other:||Additional Styles, Additional Bulb Options|
|Product Category:||Recessed Lighting|
|Type:||Recessed Lighting Kits|
Leucos Disk Low Voltage Recessed Lighting with Housing
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