Bourgie lamp designed by Ferruccio Laviani. After reminiscences of the '70, with EASY and FL/Y, where the projects feature playfulness, joy and color. After TAKE, with its young, informal and amusing design, here is the Bourgie lamp, of classic inspiration, the revisiting of a classic: the baroque lamp.
- The revolutionary invention of this lamp is that it is made entirely in chrome plated polycarbonate.
- It is classically, richness, tradition and on the other, it is innovation, transparency, irony.
- The quality of the material and its extremely high quality processing makes it look like a precious, crystal lamp.
- The baroque style base is constituted of three decorated layers that cross over each other, and the large hood is made with a plissé effect, to create a play on a thousand reflections when lit.
- Thanks to a special coupling system on the hood, it can be assembled at three different heights: 68 (26.8"), 73 (28.6") and 78 (30.7") centimeters.
- You can choose, and assemble it at the height you prefer and, later, modify it according to your preference of use. In this way, Bourgie takes on greater personality, giving the user the possibility to transform it into a splendid decorative table or desk lamp.
- You can use it on a side table in the drawing room, or place it on the bedside table for evocative bedroom lighting; as a sculptural object it can be placed directly on the floor, or used as a reading lamp on an elegant desk, or according to any one of the many other ideas that, with its flexibility of use and its strong communicative value, may come to mind.
- Lamp fitting E14 220/240V.
Disclaimer for Kartell
This product is CE approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.
- Size Description
Diameter 37 cm (14.6") Height 73 cm (28.6")
Ferruccio Laviani is part of a generation of young Italian designers who came to prominence in the early 1990's when the Memphis movement made its mark on international design. Laviani's Orbital Lamp, manufactured by Foscarini, perhaps his best known design, uses color-saturated biomorphic shapes for glass shades, with an angular, tapering metal base. The Supernova's clever design combines shape, shadow and light to exude an explosive movement. His Bourgie lamp combines classical design with the modern material of plastic to give a contemporary and elegant look.