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Founded in 1945, Oluce is the oldest Italian design company in the illumination sector still in operation today. The design qualities of the lamps make them icons that communicate across the generations to become an integral part of the homes they furnish.

Alongside the catalogue products is the Oluce experience in lighting technology and Made in Italy attentiveness, which in turn have given life to the Bespoke Tailoring, the special department dedicated to contract design.

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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

1953 Table Lamp

A tribute to the masters of lighting, names that have contributed to the history of design and of Oluce itself: this year the company presents the reissue of a product from the 50s by Ostuni and Forti. 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. Decorative but with a clean, linear design, 1953 is striking in its modernity, attesting to Oluce’s instinct to create objects capable of transcending fashions and eras.
$2,629.99

Acrilica Table Lamp

Joe Colombo‘s first project for Oluce, the only one worked on together with his brother Gianni. From then on, the two Colombo brothers clearly separated their fields: Joe left art in which he had shown interesting promise with “Nucleari”, while Gianni no longer worked in design, becoming one of the leading exponents of the kinetic, programmed movement. The 281 model, created in 1962, was immediately nicknamed “Acrilica” due to its surprising conspicuousness and exception innovation of the significant curve made from acrylic. Methacrylate, used for about a decade in the field of lighting, usually in thin sheets that are cut or thermoformed, found a very particular use here: its thickness and curve meant that, thanks to its conduction properties, the light from a fluorescent lamp contained within the painted steel base moved through the transparent body, eventually lighting the head in an incredible way. Due to this “magical movement”, “281” is more a work of kinetic art than a lamp.
$7,799.99

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.
$2,289.99

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.
$2,439.99

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

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