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Design by Denis Santachiara, 2005.
By Studio Italia Design.
The Nuvola SO2 Pendant Light was developed by renowned designer Denis Santachiara. Santachiara's work has been shown at the Centre Pompidou, Louvre, Grand Palais in Paris, Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Chicago Atheneeum, Vitra Museum, Berlaghe Museum in Amsterdam, MoMa in New York and Museum of Design in Milan among others.
The Nuvola undulates, resembling a floating cloud via an inner motor that moves the custom made fabric diffuser. This large suspended fixture is a true expression of Italian design and innovation. Mounts to standard 4" junction box.
Material(s): Fabric, Metal
Dimensions: 53"L X 20.25"H; 98.4" maximum overall height
Lamp Type: COMPACT FLUORESCENT
Bulbs: 4 X 23W 120V E26 (medium base) compact fluorescent lamps (not included)
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Denis Santachiara was born on May 4th, 1950 in Campagnola, Reggio Emilia, Italy. He began his career in 1980 by focusing on linguistic and poetic potential in the artificial world. He has experiemented with new technologies in the industrial process to obtain new aestetic values. He has created works that have been displayed at different events, including: the Venice Biennial, Documenta 8 Kassel, Milan Triennial '82-'84-'86, Rome Quadrennial 1999. His objects are exhibited in the following museums: MOMA in New York, MusÃ©e des Arts Decoratifs at the Louvre in Paris, National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Lyon Museum, Frankfurt Museum, Philadelphia Museum, Vitra Museum. In 1999, he was awarded the Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and in April 2000, he was awarded the Design World prize. He continues to work with Italian and international companies in Milan.See other lights/products from Denis Santachiara
Studio Italia Design
The exclusive collection presented by the Venetian company, Studio Italia Design, is the outcome of a continuous process of research. What Andrea and Tiziana Tosetto of Studio Italia Design, a brother and sister team, have been able to conceive and create during these years can be defined as a "Workshop".
It's a workshop study, research and production where light, shapes, colours and materials are imbued with such expressive force as to transform them into some of the most important objects in our daily lives.
It is at Studio Italia Design that a continuous dialogue with the most varied artistic forms takes place, that designers, painters, sculptors, musicians, stylists, architects, students and artists transform their ideas into substance. It is here that the relationship between Studio Italia Design and the State Art Institute of Venice is consolidated. This institute is the heir to the Veneto School of Applied Industrial Art, founded in 1872, that right from the outset proposed:
"...to educate those who devote themselves to the decorative arts, to train creators, masters and teachers of applied industrial art for the future..."
When we use object made by Studio Italia Design, we introduce a touch of artistic taste into our daily lives.
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