Tidal was born from the Needs Studio project, and is a ring-shaped ceiling lamp that refers to the effect of the motion of the tide and celestial bodies. Its flowing, oval design mimics the movement of the waves and the change dictated by the tide, with one side wider than the other appearing differently to the user depending on their position when looking at the lamp from below. The lamp body is made of die-cast aluminum and two LED modules project the light both downwards and upwards at the same time. The ring discreetly hides all the technical elements inside, thus emphasizing the aesthetic value of the object. With a size of 60cm, Tidal is available in three matt finishes: white, terra or champagne. While the white one suits minimalist interiors, terra and champagne tones offer a more decorative touch, enriching spaces with their warm and elegant tones.
The light source are many powerful cob LEDs capable of giving homogeneous lighting without the "dot" effect. It emits a glow that can light up an entire room, and its output is 4680 lumens for both the 2700K and 3000K versions.