Rotaliana Drink H1 Pendant Lamp
  • Rotaliana Drink H1 Pendant Lamp
  • Rotaliana Drink H1 Pendant Lamp
  • Rotaliana Drink H1 Pendant Lamp
  • Rotaliana Drink H1 Pendant Lamps

Rotaliana Drink H1 Pendant Lamp

Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks.
Color: *
  • Black (Mat)
  • Graphite
  • Silver
  • White (Mat)
  • Bronze
  • Champagne
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Drink is a family of lamps that distinguishes itself because of its simple and iconic design; it brings to mind a wine cup filled with light.

  • The surfaces are characterised by their glossy lacquer, which are the typical colours, and mat and satinfinished textures of the world of metals.
  • Thanks to its original and yet discreet shape, and to its broad variety of dimensions and colours Drink is perfect for any type of environment, from classic to modern interiors, to work environments.
  • The floor lamps are fitted with a light control, integrated in the stem; they come in two different dimensions, and function with halogen or fluorescent light bulbs.

1x E27 max Halo Eco 70W 
1x E27 Fluo/LED

Finish: Steel Shade, Varnished inside, Polished Outside, Polycarbonate Support Rings and Injection Moulded Polycarbonate

Size Description

H1   Diameter 16 cm (6.3″)
        Height 23 cm (9.1″)
        Max height 190 cm (74.8″)

  • Dante Donegani

    Born in Pinzolo (province of Trento) in 1957. Dante Donegani gained a degree in architecture in Florence in 1983. From 1987 to 1991 he worked in the Olivetti Corporate Identity department. Since 1991 he has been the director of the master's program in design at the Domus Academy in Milan. In 1992 he opened the D&L Studio together with Giovanni Lauda. He has designed layouts for art exhibitions, corporate identity projects, and products for a number of companies that include Memphis, Stildomus, Isuz, Steel and Luceplan, Le Cose Nostre, Edra, Radice and Viceversa. Dante Donegani has won important competitions in architecture, and his work have been displayed in numerous exhibitions. In 2001 he was responsible for setting up the "home" section of the exhibition entitled "Italy and Japan: Design as Lifestyle". .
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