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Luminator floor lamp

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  • Description

    "In a sense it’s true that Luminator was created specifically for the 1955 Compasso d’Oro, or better that it originated as our answer to demand for a "shape of the useful” for Italian industry.” Achille Castiglioni (interview for Domus, 1995)

    Floor lamp providing indirect light. Bulb with reflector. Iron stem with vitrified enamel finish. Painted galvanized metal legs.

  • Technical Info

    Ø 58 (base Ø 60) x H:189cm

    Cord length: 280cm
    Materials: Steel
    Weight: 4,1kg

    Light source: 1 x MAX 105W E27 HSGSR or 1 LED 8W E27 900lm 2700K (included)

  • Designer
    Achille Castiglioni

    Born in Milan in 1918, he graduated in Architecture in 1944.Since 1940 he had dedicated himself to experimenting on industrial products with his brothers Livio (1911-1979) and Pier Giacomo (1913-1968). Their interests were directed towards Urban Planning, Architecture and Design; they performed analysis and research on new forms, techniques and materials, aimed at developing a process of 'integral design'.
    In 1969, he was nominated Professor of 'Artistic Industrial Design'; he chaired the Faculty of Architecture in Turin until 1980 and taught in Milan until 1993 as Professor of 'Industrial Design' at the Polytechnic of Milan.
    In 1956 he was one of the founders of ADI (Association for Design Industry). MoMA's permanent collection in New York hosts 14 of his works. Other works may be found in the following museums: Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Kunstgewerbe Museum in Zurich, Staatliches Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Munich, Design Museum in Prato, Uneleckoprumyslove Museum in Prague, Israel Museum in Jerusalem, The Denver Art Museum, Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Angewandte Kunst Museum in Hamburg and Koln.

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  • Delivery

    4-5 weeks
    Made to order item

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