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1953 Floor Lamp

The lamp 1953 designed, by Ostuni e Forti, has two models, floor and table, varying in proportion and size but identical in their design which shifts the whole lampshade section from the centre to the side. A range that elegantly recalls the style of those years, such as the use of a shade in the classic cylindrical shape and the fine contrast of the satin gold – stem and shade’s interior – against the black – the exterior of the shade, the base and the stem grip.
$3,979.99

9602 Floor Lamp

The 9602 Floor Lamp, also known as "Chinese Hat" was designed by Paavo Tynell in 1938 for the hotel Aulanko.
$1,709.99

Agnoli Floor Lamp

An absolute forerunner of minimalism, the Agnoli model takes the extraordinary “Cornalux” or “hammerhead” bulb, capable of directing the light in a highly precise manner, mounting it onto a sliding tube on a stem. Sophisticated thick travertine base: another element in which simplicity and functionality are transformed into poetry.
$2,269.99

Alba Floor Lamp One Arm

The concept of Alba starts with a very simple element: the designer’s imagination was inspired by a drop of water – which she puts to use in different ways, depending on the model. The Alba floor lamp has a large rectangular-section stem with a satin brass finish arises from an anthracite base and an arm that branches off from the top with a sphere suspended underneath it.
$2,429.99

Alba Floor Lamp Two Arms

The concept of Alba starts with a very simple element: the designer’s imagination was inspired by a drop of water – which she puts to use in different ways, depending on the model. The Alba floor lamp has a large rectangular-section stem with a satin brass finish arises from an anthracite base and an arm that branches off from the top with a sphere suspended underneath it.
$3,299.99

Amanita Floor Lamp

Amanita is a reading lamp by Mariana Pellegrino Soto consisting of two discs: the first, the slimmest, functions as the base, while the second and thicker of the two houses the LED bulb. The two metal discs are connected and spaced by a slim, oblique stem in the shape of a ‘Z’. The same design, with revised proportions and modified materials and finishes, is also offered in its outdoor version. Amanita is transformed from reading lamp to an elegant outdoor path-light. The Indian bronze finish of this version, together with its stylish silhouette, make it an object destined to grace the most refined gardens and public spaces.
$3,199.99

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