Indirect light wooden table lamp
A trullo, known around the world, is an example of Apulian vernacular architecture consisting of a dry stone masonry and a conical roof called to pseudocupola, formed by countless overlapping rows of limestone slabs, called "chiancarelle", topped by a pinnacle of monolithic closing, often decorated with
religious motifs. The idea of Trullume is born from the vision, one night, of a trullo which had evidently been taken away the stones from the roof. The light inside the room was so projected through these holes, creating a wonderful composition of stone and light.