Production time: 4 Weeks
The Globe Wall Light
Price starting from € 921,00*Production time: 4 Weeks
*Price valid for the version with reflector in nickel satin metal and shade in transparent glass - bulb excluded (cod. 727).
The Globe wall lamp by Oluce was designed by Joe Colombo in 1964 and is made up, as the name suggests, of a harmonious transparent blown glass sphere in the upper part of which the voluminous lighting device is wedged. It is supported by a large metal ring that connects it to the wall hook, also made of metal. Overall, it has a slightly retro charm, in which post-industrial techniques suggestion and the harmonies of pure geometries coexist. The Globe is available in two different metal finishes, satin nickel or satin gold / anodic bronze.
W.20 x D.30 x H.22 cm
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Oluce's lamps are very modern and timeless objects with iconic and never old shapes. The company is one of the oldest in the design lighting field in Italy and over the past seventy years of its history has made a fundamental contribution to the development of light furniture. Floor lamps, table lamps, hanging lamps and wall lamps: the Oluce production covers all the segments of the field and leaves ample room to the designer's creativity, assisted by the experience of a top quality manufacture.Read more
Joe Colombo (1930-1971) went down in history as the "designer of the future". His creations are permeated by an optimistic vision of progress and aim at creating a radically new way of understanding the home environment. The result was a pioneering interest in innovative materials such as plastic, at the time used in the field of furniture only for experimental projects, and a very modern attention to the theme of modularity, often taken to the extreme as in the Visiona 1 installation designed for Bayer. in which every room of the house is rethought in science fiction as a "functional station". Born in Milan, he dedicated his youth to art and painting, joining the Nuclear Art movement. He only became interested in design when he was thirty and had only one decade to devote to the discipline, before his sudden and premature death from cardiac arrest. But that decade was the 1960s, a period of swirling changes, and his creations set the tone for an era: armchairs like the Elda (now re-proposed by Longhi) or the Tube Chair (designed for Flexform and re-edited by Cappellini) in the collections of all the most important design museums around the world, as well as the Minikitchen designed for Boffi, the vast collection of lamps produced by Oluce, and the fruits of its collaborations with brands such as Kartell and Zanotta. Among the products that today re-edit his creations there are also B-Line, Amini, Karakter and many others.Read more