Taccia Table Lamp
With Shade in PMMAProduction time: 2/3 Weeks
Price € 1.590,00Production time: 2/3 Weeks
An icon of the past that since the year it was put into production in 1962 continues to be one of the best known and marketed products of the Flos brand. Taccia was born as a table lamp with indirect and reflected light, composed of a metal reflector painted in glossy white liquid internally and white powder coated externally. The large diffuser is adjustable and it is made of transparent mouth-blown glass. The solid body in extruded aluminium offers the perfect base to support this voluminous and highly suggestive structure. Taccia is an elegant and iconic element, capable of adapting to different furnishing contexts without ever losing its masterful distinctive touch.
Ø 49,5 x H.64,5 cm
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With Shade in PMMA Taccia Table Lamp
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Flos is probably one of the most famous lighting brand in the history of Italian design. Its lamps, iconic and recognizable, are a permanent presence in the most important museums of the world, and they have become part of the collective imagination. The company's history is closely linked to some of the most famous design brands of the Italian design, starting with its founders Dino Gavina and Cesare Cassina who, in 1962, put together their respective skills in the world of furniture and began their activity in Merano.Read more
Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) was one of the most important and celebrated masters of Italian design of the twentieth century. With a playful and curious temperament, he has also brought these characteristics into his creations, always full of brilliant intuitions resulting from a strong ability to observe the behavior of people and their relationship with objects. Son of the sculptor Giannino Castiglioni, he worked for the entire first part of his career alongside his brother Pier Giacomo (1913-1968), with whom he co-signed all his creations until the latter's death in 1968. Among his associations more fortunate were those with Flos, a company with which he collaborated since the foundation and with which he revolutionized the concept of domestic lighting, with Zanotta, who supported him in his most daring experiments, with De Padova, with whom he carried out many projects in recent years. of his life, and with Alessi. He has won the Compasso d'Oro eight times.Read more