Designed by Joe Colombo as early as 1967, that is the simple and elegant Coupé Floor Lamp and has ever since been a beautiful lamp classic, that found recognition and numerous international awards around the world. Among others the Coupé Floor Lamp was granted a duly place in the permanent exhibition of the MoMA in New York. An honor only selected design objects, design lights, and design furniture share!
Design by Diego Rossi and Raffaele Tedesco, 2003.
A novel play of transparencies, reflections and refractions allows the fluorescent lamp to emit light of strong visual impact. The radial composition of the transparent methacrylate ribs covers the source of light, preventing glare and light dispersion. A set of (yellow, red and blue) filters makes it possible with the greatest of ease to change the predominant colour of the lamp and of the light generated by it.
Groggy is a funky, tiny, highly functional, floor lamp. Both the simple lamp body and its fabric–covered lampshade revolve, thus making it easy for the user to direct and adjust the position of the light beam. Groggy goes well next to a chair or a sofa and allows the user plenty of space for the arm.
The Bacco 123 table lamp has been designed by Guido Rosati in 2004. This table mounted luminaire is great for incandescent lighting. The Bacco 123 is constructed of glossy transparent glass with a chrome base. The Bacco 123 table lamp features an elegant and ornate design, along with quality craftsmanship, that is sure to beautifully illuminate any contemporary environment.
he Diva Floor lamp has been designed by Thomas Kalvatn Egset, Peter Natedal. Diva is a set of wooden laminated floor and pendant light sculptures. By making a contemporary light object the two young designers, Thomas and Peter, wanted to pay their respect to the proud Norwegian heritage of wood lamination craftsmanship, and at the same time challenge or reinvent how this material could be used. Diva’s strong yet soft and almost feminine character emerged from experimenting with different curve codes, from which two distinct sets of patterns occurred. The lamp’s outer frame consists of a set of thirty two gently curving walnut or oak laminated plywood slices set around two wooden cylinders. The inner parts consist of a slim metal stem supporting a solid mouth blown frosted glass globe. The floor lamp’s outer frame can be turned in two directions,to create two different sculptures.