If you consider that lighting is not the thing to make an accent, that it’s only for light and shouldn’t be noticeable, you’ll love this Roberto Paoli’s award-winning Tru lamp. It explores the interplay between what is visible and what is not, using critical geometries and material so inconsequential that it’s almost invisible when turned off. Positioned discretely in its environment (resting on less than one square decimeter), the force of its LED light is surprisingly powerful. It’s this contrast that gives the illusion of intense luminosity sprung from structural void. Minimalist, stylish, unique and functional – that’s what we were looking for!