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Galileo Pendant Lamp

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Galileo Pendant Lamp


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Note: Non-Returnable/Non-Cancelable

Material(s): Glass, Metal

Designed by Emanuele Ricci.
Imported from Italy by Lumina.

Galileo pendants are based on the principle of light refraction. High-thickness, ultra-transparent crystal layers are bound with special resins to form a concave lens that contains, reflects and transmits light. Light rays penetrate the crystal, vanish from direct site, and come down to illuminate objects without disturbing or dazzling, without shields or opacity, leaving the room in a soft light.

Includes kit for mounting the light off center (swag).

Die-cast aluminum supports.

Material(s): Glass, Metal


  • Diffuser: 8" D
  • Canopy: 4.75" W

Lamp Type: HALOGEN

Bulbs: 1 X 100W 120V B15d halogen bulb (not included)

Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.

Instructions: Click to download instructions.

Model(s): 380-44 381-44

Emanuele Ricci

Emanuele Ricci was born near Treviso, Italy in 1963. After receiving a diploma from the high school of agriculture in Conegliano Veneto and a degree from the Milan Polytechnic of Design, he went to work in the Milan studio of architect Gianfranco Frattini for a significant period of time. At the same time he started his activity as a designer with idealism and research being at the basis of his though. Ricci created his design studio, which provides technology scouting as well as corporate image for their clients. The studio has also received several design awards for their work. Emanuele Ricci alternates his activity as a designer his Milan studio with periods of retirement on the hills around Treviso, where he carries out his artistic research. He also writes a monthly column for the well-known architecture and design magazine, Domus.

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Lumina Lighting

Lumina was born in 1973, from the designer Tommaso Cimini's mind. His first design, Daphine, now worldwide in the most important museums of contemporary art and design, is a perfect synthesis of shape and function. It determines the standards of Lumina's design philosophy.

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