Titania Pendant Light
Queen TitaniaProduction time: 4/5 Weeks
Price starting from € 1.286,00*Production time: 4/5 Weeks
*Price valid for the Queen Titania version - coloured filters excluded - bulb excluded (cod. 1D170QHAL020).
Luceplan is able to give life to unique luminous furniture models, where the care for elegance, beauty and innovation is strongly perceived. Each element of its collections contributes to creating new, unique sensations, with strong references to the symbolic and surreal imagination. Titania is colored thanks to a pair of polycarbonate filters that do not interfere with the emission of white light. The order of the aluminum elements reflects the light and hides the bulb in a transparent and surprising volume. The spherical counterweight allows height adjustment, so as to be able to create unique and inimitable compositions.
W.140 x H.16 cm
Salvioni Design Solutions delivers all around the world. The assembly service is also available by our teams of specialized workers.
Each product is tailor-made for the personal taste and indications of the customer in a customized finish and that is why the production time may vary according to the chosen product.
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Light and technology go hand in hand in the projects of Luceplan, a company born under the sign of innovation. Preceded by years of experimentation and research before been launched on the market, Luceplan lamps have a high-tech look and full of ingenious and revolutionary ideas. An emblematic example is the famous Costanza lamp, in which a simple touch of the dimmer - consisting of a thin bar next to the speaker - is sufficient to allow the device to switch on. Its relentless pursuit of the new has earned Luceplan the victory of seven Golden Compasses.Read more
Paolo Rizzatto (1941-) is an Italian architect and designer, particularly known for his works in the field of lighting. Originally from Brianza, he graduated in 1966 from the Milan Polytechnic, where he taught Franco Albini. His first lamp bears the date of 1973 and is still a bestseller: it is the 265 model, produced by Gino Sarfatti's Arteluce (now merged into Flos). In 1978 he partnered with Gino's son, Riccardo Sarfatti, and his wife Sandra Severi: this is how Luceplan was born, destined to become one of the most famous lamp brands in the world. Rizzatto personally signs many of Luceplan's most successful products, pursuing a revolutionary high tech aesthetic that has earned him countless international awards including 5 Compassi d'Oro (1981, 1989, 1995, 2008, 2011). He has also often experimented with furniture design, working for prestigious brands such as Alias, Driade, Ghidini 1961, Kartell and Danese Milano, and with architecture and urban planning: he also bears his signature, for example, the recent restyling of the Dock in Milan. Her daughter Gala has instead followed a different artistic vocation: she is in fact one of the best known interpreters of European dance music.Read more