Glow Floor Lamp
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Design by Enrico Franzolini and Vicente Garcia Jimenez, 2005.
Floor lamp with lampshade in following finishes: lacquered red semigloss aluminum RAL 3003, matte transparent lacquered satin-finished and burnished brass, lacquered white semigloss aluminum, and gloss transparent natural lacquered satin-finish aluminum. Base and stem are in high gloss chromium steel (for white shade) or varnished anthracite (for aluminum, red or brass shade). Dimmer included.
Material(s): Aluminum/brass, Steel/anthracite
- Overall: 50.4" - 112.2"H X 26"Max W
- Shade: 26.4"D X 24.6"H
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 1 X 250W 120V E26 T10 halogen bulbs (included)
Listing: UL, CUL
Model(s): 001-016217 001-016218 001-016219 001-018187 001-018177
Enrico Franzolini began his career as an artist and his work was known for its expression of sculptural elegance and an aesthetic refinement. He exhibited work at the Venice Biennale, as well as other exhibitions and galleries in the 1970s and then turned to design and received a degree in architecture in 1979. Like Vico Magistretti and many other designers in Italy, Franzolini has been active across the spectrum of creative fields from fine art to architecture to the various arts of the craftsman. He uses a variety of materials on both the large and small scale.
Franzolini's work epitomizes the integrity, the technical innovation and the ingenious forms for which Italian design has long been admired. In addition to his pictorial research, he spreads his commitment between architecture and industrial design fields and over the years he has been collaborating with some of the most prestigious companies in the furniture industry such as Cappellini, Foscarini, Knoll International, Moroso, Pallucco.
Vicente Garcia Jimenez was born in Valencia, Spain in 1978. He graduated with a degree in Industrial Design from Castellon de la Plana and after graduation, moved to Barcelona where he collaborated with Santa & Cole. After developing a need to hone his creative skills, Jimenez went to Udine. There he set up his studio that collaborates with companies developing lighting and furniture.
Pallucco, founded in 1986, is driven by design, research and communication. As a design company, Pallucco focuses on creativity, materials and processes, allowing its clients to create a setting that is unique and instantly recognizable - not lacklustre and indistinguishable from a thousand others. Their success has been forged in part due to some classic products: the bookcase designed by Wettstein, and the great Fortuny and Papiro floor lamps.
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