Table or floor lamp with stove-enamelled sheet metal reflector purposely designed to take a special horizontal spot light bulb. A plastic joint allows the reflector to tilt. In 1967 Spider won the Compasso d'Oro award.
It is part of the permanent collections of the Milan Triennale, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Kunstmuseum of Düsseldorf and the "Neue Sammlung Museum" in Munich. In 1972 it went on show at the "Italy: The New Domestic Landscape" exhibition in New York.
Table lamp giving direct light, lacquered metal base, chromium-plated stem, adjustable reflector in lacquered aluminium.
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Structure color chromium plated
Diffuser/Reflector color white, black
1 x max 48W (G9)
- Size Description
Height: 140 cm
Depth: 23 cm
Width: 23 cm
Carlo Colombo was born in 1967 at Carimate. In 1993 he graduated in Architecture from the Milan Polytechnic, but by 1991 he had already made contact with Giulio Cappellini, for whom he designed his first piece in 1992: the Kyoto bed, presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan the same year. From this time on Colombo’s work as a designer flowed into hundreds of projects in collaboration with the leading firms in the sector: Antonio Lupi, Arflex, Artemide, BYografia, Cappellini, DePadova, Emmemobili, EMU, F.lli Guzzini, Flou, Franke, Fusital, iGuzzini, IOC, Paola Lenti, Levi’s, Mood-Flexform, Moroso, Nube, Oluce, Penta, Poliform, Poltrona Frau, Riva 1920, Rugiano, Sabattini, Serralunga, Tecno, Teuco, Varenna, Zanotta.