Oluce Fiore 423 Hanging Lamp
Oluce Fiore 423 Hanging Lamp.
- This project is characterised by a deliberate hark back to the 1970s: the lamp becomes a flower, the most classic of flowers with a centre and petals radiating around it. Perhaps it is a daisy, barely outlined in the abstract sharpness of the metal and the glass, but poetically evoked by the shadow that is projected on the wall or ceiling.
- It is a flower in the contemporary razzle-dazzle of flowers which is not created by the decor but by its structure.
- A flower that is a symbol and a metaphor: ''deck the walls of your homes with flowers!''
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Suspension lamp in transparent blown glass giving direct and diffused light. Chromium-plated metal structure with 7 lights.
7 x max 40W - E14
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
Diameter 46 cm (18.1″)
Height 13 cm (5.1″)
Marta Laudani and Marco Romanelli, architects, have been collaborating since 1988 in the associated offices of Rome and Milan. They work in the fields of design (for Bosa, Dorelan, Driade, Fiam, Glas, Nodus, Oluce, Salviati etc., interior decorating (their works have been published in the most important international magazines and, in 2004, they participated in the Biennale of Architecture in Venice in the section "Notizie dall'Interno") and exhibit design (in 2002-2003 "Gio Ponti: a World" at the London Design Museum, Rotterdam Nal and Triennial of Milan; in 2007 "Bruno Munari" in Tokyo). In 2001, in Rome, they designed the restoration of the "Museum of Roman Civilization" for Fiat-Engineering. Both flank their design work with an intense critical meditation on topics involving living and design: Marta Laudani has lectured at the Sapienza in Rome; Marco Romanelli has been editor of both Domus and Abitare.