Make your home luxurious
with a single design object.
Imagine walking through the picturesque streets of a small Italian town, where every corner, every stone and every building tells a story.
Now, imagine capturing the essence of that place, its history, its soul and transforming it into a design object.
This is what the famous designer Diego Sferrazza did with Kyta.
A luminous arc
But it's not just about aesthetics.
This shape was chosen not only for its beauty, but also for its functionality.
The arch creates diffused and homogeneous lighting, perfect for generating a warm and welcoming atmosphere in any environment.
What makes Kyta so special?
The aluminum used for its structure is recyclable and sustainable. The coverings are also made with natural materials such as leather, wood and fabric.
Its light is dimmable, you can then adjust the intensity of the light according to your needs, creating the perfect atmosphere for every occasion.
And thanks to the charging adapter and its integrated battery, you can place Kyta everywhere, without the need for an electrical outlet.
But that is not all...
Kyta is also equipped with a charging function for external devices, which means you can use it to charge your smartphone or tablet while you relax under its warm and enveloping light.
- Light Wood
- Dark Wood
- Black Leather
- White Leather
- Dark Brown Leather
- Alcantara fabric with Swarovski crystals
- Denim fabric
- Tribal Textile
This not only gives you peace of mind knowing that you are purchasing a quality product, but also shows Emera Design's commitment to ensuring the satisfaction of its customers.
Given its artisanal nature,
the number of Kytas available is limited...
Every time you turn on Kyta, you're not just lighting up a room, you're bringing a piece of Italy into your home, you're celebrating the beauty, passion and craftsmanship that makes this country so special.
Try Kyta in your Augmented Reality environment!
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Cwho is Diego Sferrazza?
Born in 1976 in Sassari, since 2000, he began to make a name for himself by collaborating with prestigious studios and showrooms, simultaneously enriching his studies in Art History at the State University of Milan.
2004 and 2005 marked turning points in his career: his participation in the Salone Satellite opened the doors to prestigious international exhibitions such as the Salone del Mobile, IDA Amsterdam, YDM Berlin, Light and Building in Frankfurt.
Since 2011, Diego Sferrazza has established himself as an independent consultant, putting his signature on lighting and exhibition design projects for places of historical resonance such as the Royal Palace, the Rotonda della Besana and the Venice Biennale.
Numerous high-caliber companies, including Ligne Roset, Gotha, Gruppo-Sintesi, Haribo, Orange Network, Sphaus and Tecnodelta, have relied on his unique and innovative vision. And it is no coincidence that its products have earned the pages of the most important Italian and international magazines.
Diego Sferrazza is not just a designer; he is an authority in his field, a master of his art.