• Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp
  • Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp

Oluce Pascal Floor Lamp

€1,720.00
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Floor lamp giving indirect and reflected light in white lacquered aluminium, independent double lighting, Pietra Serena base.

Design Year 1983, presenrted in black in 2019

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Specifications

Metal,anodic bronze 

2 x max 100 W (E27) + 1 x max 24 W (LED) 2700°K - 4100 lm CRI>85

Size Description

Height 200cm
Base 35cm

  • Vico Magistretti

    Vico Magistretti was born in 1920, in Milan. After taking his architecture degree in 1945, he immediately joined his father Piergiulio's firm. During the war, he met both Gio Ponti, at the Regio Politecnico, and Ernesto N. Rogers in Switzerland. In the post-war period he was actively involved in the reconstruction, both on the theoretical side through the MSA (Movement for Architectural Studies), of which he was one of the founders, and on the practical side with projects for INA-Casa and QT8. He also actively participated in the Milan Triennial Exhibitions, as supervisor of various sections, as well as winning a gold medal in the 9th edition of 1951, and the Grand Prize (Granpremio) in the 10th edition of 1954. Among his most important architectural work in Milan during this period we can cite the Torre al Parco (1953-56), the Corso Europa office building (1955-57) and the Piazzale Aquilea building (1962-64). There followed a number of villas, including Arosio house in Arenzano (1958), Schubert villa in Ello (1960), Bassetti house in Azzate (1960) and Gardella house in Arenzano (1953). Finally, the apartment building at Piazza San Marco in Milan dates back to 1969-1971. His more recent work includes: the Milan Faculty of Biology (1978-81), Tanimoto house in Tokyo (1985) and the Famagosta Bus Depot in Milan (1989). A prolific designer, he won the price ''Compasso d'Oro'' in 1967 for the Artemide Eclisse lamp, in 1979 for the Oluce Atollo lamp and for the Cassina Maralunga sofa. He also produced designs for De Padova, Fritz Hansen, Campeggi, Fontana Arte, Fredericia and Kartell. Since 1967 he has been a member of the San Luca Academy and the London Royal College of Art, where he was also visiting professor.
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