Toio is the humorous translation coined by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for the English word toy, with that special linguistic divertissement that lets them appropriate a foreign word and make it familiar and meaningful. And Toio, with its striking assemblage of a special car headlight imported from the United States that same year (1962), fishing rod running rings and shiny red lacquer, really does have the magic of a toy for the adult world.
Floor lamp providing indirect lighting. Angle iron and formed steel base, painted in a variety of colors. Hexagonal nickel-plated brass height-adjustable stem with telescopic head. On the cable there is the electronic dimmer which allows the regulation of light brightness.