Metropoli D20/17 Indoor Light
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Design by Alberto Meda, Riccardo Sarfatti, Paolo Rizzatto, 1992.
Metropoli, "revolutionary within". Simple, almost elementary. Elegant, positively impeccable. This technical step forward can also be seen in the ease of assembly and maintenance of this lamp. The wide rear hole allows rapid electrical connection during installation and convenient inspection of the system during operation. The diffuser closure system, of the "watch-case" type, facilitates bulb replacement and cleaning of the reflectors. This die-cast aluminum lamp with a diffuser made of prismatic glass or opal polycarbonate (available only for fluorescent version), provides a pleasant continuity of form between the interior and exterior of constructions.
- Finish: painted or polished aluminum.
Material(s): Aluminum, Glass, Polycarbonate
Dimensions: 6.7" D X 3.2" H
Lamp Type: FLUORESCENT, INCANDESCENT, LED
- 1 X 40W 120V E12 (candelabra base) G16.5 globe lamp (not included)
- 1 X 9W 120V G23-2 based compact fluorescent lamp, magnetic ballast (not included)
- 3 X 5W LED Array (included)
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Model(s): D20/17P D20/17V D20/17VC D20/17.1 D20/17.2 1D2017P00519 1D2017P00520 1D2017P10502 1D2017PC0520 1D2017010500 1D2017020500
Born in Lenno Tremezzina in the province of Como in 1945, he graduated in mechanical engineering at the Milan Polytechnic in 1969. After being the technical director of Kartell in the seventies, he dedicated himself to design, applying his experience in polyurethane resins and new materials in general. In this period he won two Compasso d'Oro awards.
Riccardo Sarfatti, born April 3rd, 1940 in Milan, was an Italian architect, entrepreneur and politician. He graduated in architecture from Politecnico di Milano in 1965, and was an assistant professor of Urban Planning, Ordinary of the same Polytechnic Institute and professor for the course of History of Architecture in Venice and the Faculty of Architecture in Milan. In 1979 he founded Luceplan Spa. He was president of CNAD (National Council of Associations for Design) and member of the Presidential Committee for Freedom and Justice. He died in a car accident on September 9, 2010.
Paolo Rizzatto was born in 1941 in Milan. He took his degree in Architecture in I965 at the Milan Polytechnic. He works as a freelancer in the field of architecture, design and interior design and continues to develop his experience as interior lighting designer. In 1978, Paolo Rizzatto founded Luceplan together with Riccardo Sarfatti. He has designed for Arteluce, Artemide, Luceplan, Alias, Cassina, Nemo, Molteni, Knoll, Kartell, Philips, Montina, Thonet and Guzzini.
Luceplan was founded in 1978 by Italian architects Riccardo Sarfatti, Sandra Severi, and Paolo Rizzatto to custom design lighting fixtures for the commercial and industrial sectors in Europe. But with designs that also appealed to the residential market, Luceplan has created products with this market in mind since 1981. Merging new design and technological solutions with enduring style, quality, function, and efficiency, Luceplan products are extremely popular in Europe and have been available in the U.S. since 1978.
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