Nemo Canna Nuda Pendant (glass)

Nemo
Nemo Canna Nuda Pendant (glass)
Nemo
Ceiling or wall lighting fixtures, realized with a satin nickel iron structure connected with a sanded glass cylinder. available in different...more
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Ceiling or wall lighting fixtures, realized with a satin nickel iron structure connected with a sanded glass cylinder. available in different lengths. LED and halogen version available.

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Size Description

Ø30 135x500
Ø30 135x750
Ø30 135x1000
Ø30 135x1500

Specifications

50/75/100/150 HALO/LED Lamping
Source G9
Total power 75W
Emission Diffused
Tension 230V
Materials Metal - Glass

designer

Roberto Menghi

Roberto Menghi
Roberto Menghi was born in Milan and graduated from the Polytechnic in 1944.He was immediately called on to play his part in the Second World War and after the Armistice, his opposition to the setting up of the Italian Social Republic led to his internment in a concentration camp in Czestochowa.Once freed, he opened his own design studio in his home city, where he worked in architectural, interior and industrial design.On two occasions he received awards at the Triennale with the Gran Premio in the Glass and Design Sections the and two Compasso d’Oro awards for Design. For FontanaArte he designed the Globo di luce series of lamps, first produced in 1968.In the field of architecture he dedicated his time to the refurbishment of buildings with special artistic interest, such as Palazzo dei Giureconsulti in Milan. He taught Architecture at Venice and Milan Universities and Design at the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan and the Academy of Bath.
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Piero Castiglioni

Piero Castiglioni
Pietro Maria Castiglioni, a.k.a. Piero, graduated in architecture in Milan in 1970. After his first working experiences and his participation in several international events, he dedicated himself to lighting design, the design of light fixtures and teaching. From 1973 to 1979 he was co-owner of the Via Presolana Studio, together with his father Livio (1911-1979). Here the “Scintilla” system was created, which was then produced industrially from 1983. His work as a designer for various companies in the field has remained a constant part of his activity, with models designed to fulfill particular lighting needs and be inserted seamlessly into architecture, concealed inside its furnishings. Lighting projects for both the private and public sectors form the daily activity of the studio, together with a commitment to teaching in university courses both in Italy and abroad.
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