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Anastacha Wall Sconce


Item #: TER-ANASTACHA-W

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Note: Non-Cancelable/Non-Returnable

Material(s): Plexiglass, Metal


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Design by Bruno Rainaldi for Terzani.
Imported from Italy.

The Anastacha evokes the feeling of traditional wall sconces while using decidedly modern materials. Choose from transparent or black plexiglass with brushed nickel-finish hardware.

Notes: ETL Listed.

Material(s): Plexiglass, Metal

Dimensions: 27.6"W X 25.6"H X 14.1" projection

Lamp Type: COMPACT FLUORESCENT

Bulbs: 1 X 26W 120V G24q3 compact fluorescent lamp (not included), electronic ballast

Listing: ETL, TITLE 24

Model(s): 0M71A-H4-A9 0M71A-H4-D3

Bruno Rainaldi

Based in Milan, Bruno Rainaldi has been designing lighting and furniture for over twenty years. Starting in the distribution department with Maddalena de Padova in the distribution department and later became partner with Enrico Baleri for "Baleri & Associati" , a communication and commercial strategies firm which operates in the contemporary design field.

He then founded and became art director of the design firm "Rari" and started to collaborate with different companies including Alivar, for which he created the "brillant furniture" collection, Blum, MDF, Mussi and Sintesi.

In 2002 he founded "Moco extra ordinary furniture" and designed "ptolomeo", a totemic vertical bookshelf that won the price "Compasso dÂ’Oro" in 2004. During the same year he opened, with Marta Giardini, "Entratalibera", a contemporary art and design space in the center of Milan.

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Terzani

Terzani began as a creative design and production laboratory for lighting objects, with roots in the noble craft traditions of wrought iron, carved wood, and Murano glass. In 1985, Sergio Terzani met Jean-Francois Crochet, an experienced Parisian designer. Together, they updated the craft culture, presenting it from a contemporary design angle. The end result has been "Luce Pensata": lamps and objects as lighting sculptures, no longer accessories or cold technical supports, but the animated, vital protagonists of living areas, with a completely original and identifiable character.

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