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Rotaliana presents ToBu, the new lamp that brings light to places steeped in memory

Rotaliana, an important member of MIG – Mezzalira Investment Group, presents ToBu, a new family of lamps designed by Architect Tommaso Tommasi to illuminate contexts featuring special stylistic and architectural value.
The warm and enveloping light of the ToBu lamp lights up vast rooms with class and elegance and seamlessly adapts to large spaces in museums, theatres, art galleries as well as to residential contexts featuring high ceilings capable of distributing large quantities of light.
With this new line of lamps, available in the wall-mounted and floor lamp versions, the Architect Tommaso Tommasi (who has been commissioned by Assocastelli, Assopatrimonio and Federestauro to coordinate the Board dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of our historical heritage on the occasion of the Winter Olympics 2026) has intended to celebrate this important assignment to the cities of Milan and of Cortina, taking inspiration from the shape of the Olympic torch.
The Italian brand Rotaliana – leader in the production of designer lamps since 1989 – has therefore expanded its offering with this new product that is able to easily blend in in highly different contexts, such as areas reconverted into museums, historically important buildings or public spaces featuring very high architectural quality, all contexts in which the Studio Architettura Tommasi firm, specialized in restoration and revamping projects, operates on a daily basis.
ToBu, designed to very high technical quality standards, can count on a luminous power of 8,000 lumen, capable of ensuring extremely intense lighting. Thanks to its peculiar shape, this lamp can adapt to any height, which also means that the direct and indirect light beam can be oriented in any direction via the two diffusers. The reflector bulbs that can be mounted on this lamp are of four different types and allow for beam spreads between 20° and 90°.
This novelty by Rotaliana consists of a steel stem that holds up two completely adjustable aluminum cylinders and two dimmers that allow to separately adjust the two projectors based on lighting needs or on the structural characteristics of the context in which they are placed. The structure of ToBu, that also features interchangeable optics, is available in matt black and white, anthracite and Corten.
The lamp will have its official debut presentation in the upcoming edition of Milano Design Week, on 9 September, in the MIG showroom in Milan in Via della Spiga 48.
Rotaliana is an Italian company that has been producing designer lamps since 1989. Its focus on the ‘new’ needs of our times has guided the company’s growth and development, allowing Rotaliana to create new trends and innovative solutions acclaimed worldwide. Its research in “new ways of lighting up things” reflects the corporate outlook that is founded on the development policies typical of its homeland: Trentino, a land abounding in natural resources and history, that plays an important role in the field of innovation, skillfully conjugating research with respect for the environment, technology with committed protection of human rights, the future with the past. Rotaliana’s luminous solutions stem from the continuous exchange with designers from highly varied cultural roots (architects, designers, artists) and different countries (Italy, Japan, Korea, Sweden). A multiform project that is nourished by interdisciplinary suggestions and visions, based on the innovation of products and processes aimed at long-lasting development. Since 2016, Rotaliana is part of Mezzalira Investment Group (MIG): an important opportunity and a stepping stone for the company that, while retaining its own identity, together with other Made in Italy excellencies has become part of a furnishing hub capable of entirely meeting the needs of the contract, office and home sectors.
Tommaso Tommasi is a 38-year-old architect. He graduated in architecture from Iuav University in 2012. In 2016 he joined Architettura Tommasi, an architecture firm set up in the late 1970s in Saccolongo, in the province of Padua, by his father, architect Gianni Tommasi.  
At present, Architettura Tommasi boasts valuable collaborations and projects ranging from residential to executive architecture, from the restoration of monumental complexes to retail, from regional planning to the study of street furniture. The collaboration with professionals specialising in historical and environmental architecture has made it possible to create a comprehensive team capable of providing thorough and all-embracing designs in all sectors of the construction industry.
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