Lucio Table by Studio Natural

Category: Design Published on 08 Apr, 2014 Tags: , , , ,

Italian creative agency Studio Natural designed ‘Lucio‘, a table that features a solar panel to recharge our electronic devices. We live in houses constantly dominate by the light, during the day by sunlight and by night by artificial light. We need light to live our spaces, for our wellness and to make most of the activities inside domestic walls.


With the project Lucio, Studio Natural designed a furniture elements that stores energy from the inside light to charge the tools that we daily use like smartphones and tablets. Lucio is an energy point into living space, a charging island that stays far away from the wall plugs.

Lucio table will be on display until 13 April, 2014 at Padiglione Italia — Ventura Lambrate district.

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all images courtesy of STUDIO NATURAL


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