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VV Cinquanta Suspension Lamp

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£1,812.00

  • Description

    The VV Cinquanta Suspension is elegant and versatile with two posable direct light sources. With a distinctive dual-stemmed construction, it features two uniquely shaped reflectors, one narrow and one wide. The fixture and the reflectors can be adjusted to many different positions, enabling a wide variety of both downward and upward lighting at the same time. The invitingly playful design encourages dynamic lighting compositions.

    The VV Cinquanta reflectors are made of enameled spun aluminium, available in original Vittoriano Viganò colors.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions:
    H 180 x W 190 x D 25.5cm

    Material:
    Spun Aluminium Reflectors, Steel or Brass Structure

    Environment:
    Indoor

    Light Source:
    E27 - 2 x max 53W

    Finish:
    Black Structure, Black Reflectors
    Black Structure, Black and White Reflectors
    Black Structure, Black and Red Reflectors
    Black/Red Structure, Blue and Yellow Reflectors
    Brass Structure, Black Reflectors
    Brass Structure, Black and White Reflectors

  • Designer
    Vittoriano Viganò

    Vittoriano Viganò was born in Milan in 1919. Son of the painter and engraver Vico Viganò, he graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic School of Milan in 1944.Vittoriano was Art Director of Arteluce, the company founded by Gino Sarfatti, for some years and for Arteluce he designed numerous luminaires as well as the flagship store in via della Spiga in Milan. In 1994 Milan Triennale re-edited and exhibited some of his furniture for the great retrospective on the origins of Italian industrial design, some of those were selected for the Permanent Collection.

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    • Black Structure, Black Reflectors
    • Black Structure, Black and Red Reflectors
    • Black Structure, Black and White Reflectors
    • Brass Structure, Black Reflectors
    • Brass Structure, Black and White Reflectors
    • Black/Red Structure, Blue and Yellow Reflectors

  • Delivery

    4-6 weeks
    Made to order item

£1,812.00
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