TOOY

The TOOY Story

The GIBAS Group, an Italian-based brand that has over 50 years of experience in the lighting market, presents the brand, TOOY, to the design lighting world. Founded in Italy, TOOY is currently under the artistic vision of Corrado Dotti. Corrado Dotti was born in Brescia, Italy, where he then migrated to Milan to study industrial design at the International College of Arts and Sciences in Milan. Dotti brings to TOOY an abundance of work experience in design, adding an accomplished and knowledgeable perspective to TOOY’s style.

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Why We Love TOOY Lighting

TOOY’s style is a mixture of elegant pieces and original designs. TOOY’s focus is on displaying products that are easily identifiable to the brand name with their simple yet beautiful products. TOOY uses different materials, neutral colors, and a variety of geometric shapes to create functional products which represent current lighting trends, making them a stand out in the lighting market today.

A Fun Fact About TOOY

By providing products that are unique, TOOY sets the standard for elegant lighting products that can be used in both commercial and retail spaces in a variety of ways. TOOY has crafted products for a variety of clientele, from X Factor all the way to small, residential spaces. The variety of sizes and finishes that are available by TOOY allow for the customer to customize their products.

Noteworthy Products from TOOY

Inspired by the 1950’s, the Nabila Round Chandelier by TOOY is an elegant, yet simplistic design. The arm of the fixture, which is enriched with Brass details, branches out and holds the Borosilicate Glass diffusers. With the ten bulbs pointing in different directions, the fixture will surely provide an indirect illumination. The Legier Wide Pendant by TOOY was inspired by the soft, rounded shapes of the Murano diffuser. With an elegant and sophisticated blown glass diffuser, the pendant fits into neutral looks in dining rooms or living rooms and creates an ambient, indirect illumination.

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