Astep Model 237/2, 238/2 Wall Lamp
Le Sfere1959 / 2018 Throughout his life, the sky served as a muse for lighting master Gino Sarfatti. He was fascinated by the perfect light emitted by the Moon, and one of Gino Sarfatti’s most brilliant designs is inspired by the natural poetry of the luminous satellite. In 1959, Le Sfere was launched in a solar system of its own, revolving around a single luminous sphere. Le Sfere features a simple, yet elegant principle in which a blown opaline glass sphere is held in place by a graphic ring. A refined embrace that lends the luminaire a graphic expression and brings forth its distinctive aesthetic.
The Le Sfere collection is a multifaceted, open-minded luminaire system, suitable for illuminating all kinds of spaces with its ambient moonlight, from a modest corridor to exclusive private and commercial settings. The collection was gradually expanded to fit larger commissioned projects. Among them is the famous Teatro Regio in Turin, Italy, where Le Sfere can still be seen in a variety of compositions, including cascades and columns, that emphasise the genius and beauty of the system.
The Le Sfere collection is the largest product family by Gino Sarfatti with models that have developed over time, from the first single sphere, Model 237, to the iconic twenty-four-sphere chandelier. All created from the same fundamental principle: a beautiful interpretation of the perfect luminous sphere.
Materials Opaline Glass Diffuser, Steel Structure
Light Source 2 x E14 LED 4.5W (60W Max) 470lm (940lm Total) 2700K Dimmable Bulbs Included
Light Source 2 x E27 LED 7W (60W Max) 806lm (1612lm Total) 2700K Dimmable Bulbs Included
- Size Description
W310 x D230 x H150mm
Diffuser Diameter ∅ 140mm
W450 x D320 x H210mm
Diffuser Diameter ∅ 200mm
<p>Born in Venice in 1912, Gino Sarfatti studied to become an aeronautical engineer until family circumstances compelled him to relocate to Milan where he had his first encounter with lighting, an engineering project to transform a glass vase into a lamp. This encounter with lighting design and engineering shaped the path of his life. In 1939 Gino Sarfatti founded his company Arteluce, which brought lighting into the 20th century combining innovative ideas with groundbreaking design.</p>