Oluce Mini Coupe 2201 Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe 2201 Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe 2201 Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe Table Lamp
  • Oluce Mini Coupe Table Lamp

Oluce Mini Coupe 2201 Table Lamp

€285.00
Availability if not in stock 3 to 4 weeks.
Color: *
  • Black
  • Yellow
  • Scarlet Red
  • Adonic Bronze
Shipping Costs
€46.80
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This year, having offered the Coupé in a variety of different models and finishes over the years, Oluce is expanding the family with the introduction of Mini Coupé, a smaller scale version of the table lamp, available in a stunning new contemporary range of colours. Shades of glossy black, anodic bronze, mustard yellow and scarlet red bring verve and fresh modernity to this smaller version of one of the most famous and admired lamps in the world.

At 34 cm in height and in brand new colours, the Mini Coupé wittily maintains all the vigour common to Joe Colombo‘s designs of the 60s, a time when design aimed to fulfil a function while also making an aesthetic statement, when experimentation with new materials, use of colour, movement, and the desire to break new ground were the guiding lights of his creations.

The Mini Coupé, with its chrome stem and semi-cylindrical shade, retains the distinctive profile and bold character which define the Coupé collection and which have always made it an exceptionally modern lighting range, now even more complete.

Specifications

Aluminium, metal

1 x max 3 W - G9 (LED)

3000°K - 300 lm - CRI

Size Description

Height 34cm

Diameter 15cm

  • 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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