scullā is a family of lamps made of porcelain which wants to provoke the user to stop and take another scope on this apparently well-known material. The lamps aim to cast a different light on porcelain and especially highlight one underestimated material property: translucency. Once you look beyond the resistant, hard and decorative properties, you might discover some fine parts where the light comes through. While appearing as a sculptural object at first sight, the light shines through the translucent parts and creates an unexpected twist once the lamp is turned on.