Oluce Arezzo 227 Table Lamp
There is no end to what may trigger a designer's creativity. In this case, a rather unusual muse ended up as a lamp: a famous fresco by Piero della Francesca at Arezzo that portrays a nobleman wearing a bizarre hat.
As the name implies, its unusual shape resulted in the design of the ''Arezzo'' lamp. It is particularly interesting how such a solemn image became an elegant, contemporary object, closed on top by an exquisite lens made of curved glass.
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Table lamp giving direct and diffused light in opaline blown Murano glass diffuser. With dimmer.
1 x max 120 Watt - E27.
- Size Description
Diameter 34 cm
Height 40 cm
Gordon Guillaumier was born 1966 and educated in Malta, Switzerland, England and Italy. He graduated in industrial design at the IED, Milan (1988-91), later to obtain a master in industrial design at the Domus Academy , Milan (1992). In 1993 he took an apprenticeship with Baleri Associati and that same year collaborated with the architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni. During this period Gordon designed and presented his first own products for Foscarini and Mito. In 2002 he set up his own design studio in Milan, working on product design but also as design consultant. As a consultant and art director, he collaborated with; Driade for the Atlantide e DHouse collections, bathroom accessories for Dornbracht Interiors, kitchens for Rational, furniture for Fiam's Liv'it collection, outdoor furniture for Roda and handles for Pamar. As a product designer, Gordon has worked for various internationally renowned companies; ceramics and tableware for Bosa, Pandora, Paola C and De Vecchi, furniture for Arketipo, CasaMilano, Desalto, De Sede, Fontana Arte, Frag, Matteo Grassi, Montina, Minotti, Moroso, Roda, Tacchini, and Varaschin, lighting for Foscarini, AV Mazzega and Oluce appliances for Elica, handles for Pamar, bathroom accessories for Nobili Rubinetterie and Azzurra Ceramiche. Gordon has participated in various exhibitions and trade fairs: "Pro-gettare"; "Abitare II Tempo", Verona (1999); "Pandora Design", Milano (2001); "Molteni", Villa Torlonia (2002); "Pamar", Palazzo Crivelli (2006/2010); "Roda", Salone del Mobile Milano (2006/2010). In 2006 he has lectured at the faculty of industial design at the Politecnico di Milano.