Astep VV Cinquanta Suspension Lamp
VV Cinquanta is a lighting collection that embodies elegance and versatility. Designed by Italian architect Vittoriano Viganó in 1951 during his time as Art Director for Arteluce, the VV Cinquanta features a posable direct light source that can swivel and tilt, from direct working light to upward lighting.
The Suspension model is a sophisticated luminaire with a distinctive dual-stemmed construction. It is a type of kinetic object constructed to take advantage of the principle of equilibrium, therefore the central pole might find its equilibrium in a way which is not perpendicular to the ceiling.
The invitingly playful design encourages dynamic lighting compositions. The fixture and the reflectors can be adjusted to many different positions, enabling a wide variety of both downward and upward lighting.
Materials Spun Aluminium Reflectors, Steel or Brass Structure
Control On/Off Switch
Light Source 2 x E27 LED 7W (53W Max) 806lm (1612lm Total) 2700K
Dimmable Bulbs Included
- Size Description
Dimensions W256 x D1900 x H1800mm
Recommended Ceiling Height 330cm
Reflector Diameter ∅ 274mm
<p>Vittoriano Viganò was born in Milan in 1919. Son of the painter and engraver Vico Viganò, he graduated in Achitecture at the Polytechnic School of Milan in 1944. A main figure of the architectural debate in the post war period and an original interpreter of European Rationalism, he was unanimously considered by critics the most important Italian exponent of the ‘Brutalism’ current.</p> <p>A multidisciplinary talent, a tenured professor in Interior Architecture and Urban Planning during all his life for the Milan Faculty, Vittoriano worked at various scales: from industrial design to architecture, from interior design to urban and landscape planning.</p>