Arredoluce includes in its catalog iconic pieces such as the Triennale floor lamp by Angelo Lelii, presented at the VII Triennale in Milan in ’47 and today considered an archetype of the Italian lamp. No less relevant is the Stellina lamp, designed in the early 1950s and equipped with an enameled lampshade that rises and lowers to adjust the intensity of the light. A real work of the sector, however, is the Pavone ceiling lamp, the result of the partnership between Angelo Lelii and Gio Ponti and formed by two concentric circles of illuminating spheres supported by a complex structure with brass ogives. Pavone is both jewel and pure art, an element that does not go unnoticed in any environment it is placed. Also relevant is the Cobra, halfway between lamp and sculpture with a plastic verticalism. Argo was born in 1963 from a botanical inspiration. The central body is made up of an illuminating sphere held by a brass structure.
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