Oluce Coupe 3320 Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Coupe 3320 Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Coupe 3320 Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Coupe 3320 Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Coupe 3320 Floor Lamp

Oluce Coupe 3320 Floor Lamp

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Joe Colombo and Oluce are a crucial and inseparable duo in the history of Italian design.
Moved by the desire to remember Joe Colombo who was prematurely torn from his research in 1971, Oluce, with the support of the Colombo archives, has for time been committed to the re-edition of a series of extraordinary lamps.

These have been launched alongside other pieces that have continued in production like the famous Acrilica created in 1962, the Fresnel designed in 1966 and the 626 – the first halogenous lamp for domestic use – launched in 1970. Together these form a unique collection in terms of number and importance. The initiative began in 2002 with the re-launch of the 1965 Spider series, the winner of the 9th “Compasso d’Oro” design award and the re-edition of the 1968 Flash lamp and, of course, the beautiful Coupé series created in 1967.



1 x max 100W (E27)

Kindly note that 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

ARCO. dim. cm. 100 x 162 x 5 BASE dim. cm. 46 x 46 x 153 mc 0,4047 Kg 42


Arc : 100 x 162 x 5 cm     5 kg

Base : 46 x 46 x 153 cm  37 kg


  • Joe Colombo

    Joe Colombo, Cesare Colombo, known by his nickname ‘joe’ , was born in Milan in 1930 as the second of three brothers. Colombo’s several studies show his interest and urge for knowledge in different areas. After studying science he changed to arts at secondary school. later he studied painting and sculpture at the Accademia di belle arti in brera, Milan before studying architecture at the polytechnic. From 1951 to 1955, Joe Colombo worked independently as a painter and sculptor. He joined the 'nuclear painting' movement and later became a founding member of the 'art concrete' group. He came to design relatively late.
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