LT8 designed by Osvaldo Borsani 1954/2023

Reintroducing a modernist masterpiece
LT8 was conceived in 1954 for Borsani’s new bourn company Tecno, that would come to revolutionize the world of contract furniture, and presented at the X Triennale in Milan. In 1957 the design of LT8 was deposited by Tecno S.p.A. as an ornamental and utility model to the Patent Office. In Astep’s reedition the fluorescent tubes have been updated with an embedded dimmable LED module. The design is as flexible as it is beautiful. You can direct the light source in any angle and orient it to where you want against the wall. The lamp comes in two heights 2300-2900mm and 2900-3500mm to fit a wide range of spaces, public and private. Alone it stands as a sculpture, in pairs it becomes a landscape of light.

Buy LT8 by Osvaldo Borsani



  • Typology
  • Materials
    Extruded Aluminum Structure, Brass Legs
  • Dimensions
    W128 × D119 × H2300–2900mm
  • Weight
  • Cable Length
  • Mains Voltage
    110-220V AC
  • Control
    Rotary Dimmer
  • Light Source
    Integrated LED
  • Energy Efficiency
    124 lm/W, Class F