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Arredoluce

Three Arm Floor Lamp, ca. 1950s

Brass, Leather, Enameled Aluminiium
54 × 40 × 40 in
137.2 × 101.6 × 101.6 cm
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Location
New York
About the work
Patrick Parrish Gallery
New York

Beautiful, rare version of the Trienalle floor lamp by Arredoluce in brass with brown leather …

Beautiful, rare version of the Trienalle floor lamp by Arredoluce in brass with brown leather handles and original white, brown and black enameled metal shades.

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Arredoluce
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Arredoluce was a small-scale lighting manufacturer founded by Angelo Lelli in postwar Italy, a hotbed of inventive industrial design. The company produced lamps and fixtures by several significant Italian designers, including brothers Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni, whose Tubino desk lamp, released by Arredoluce in 1949, typified their ability to reduce designs to their most essential while maintaining sculptural appeal; made to accommodate a small fluorescent tube recently arrived on the Italian market, the lamp itself is only slightly larger than its bulb. Arredoluce would also produce lighting by Ettore Sottsass, though the company’s best-known designs, variations on a floor lamp with a slender column, pivoting arms that allowed for maximum flexibility of use, and enameled metal conical shades, is attributed to Lelli.

Arredoluce, ‘Three Arm Floor Lamp’, ca. 1950s, Patrick Parrish Gallery
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About the work
Patrick Parrish Gallery
New York

Beautiful, rare version of the Trienalle floor lamp by Arredoluce in brass with brown leather …

Beautiful, rare version of the Trienalle floor lamp by Arredoluce in brass with brown leather handles and original white, brown and black enameled metal shades.

Medium
Design/Decorative Art
Image rights
Copyright Mondo Cane
Arredoluce
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Arredoluce was a small-scale lighting manufacturer founded by Angelo Lelli in postwar Italy, a hotbed of inventive industrial design. The company produced lamps and fixtures by several significant Italian designers, including brothers Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni, whose Tubino desk lamp, released by Arredoluce in 1949, typified their ability to reduce designs to their most essential while maintaining sculptural appeal; made to accommodate a small fluorescent tube recently arrived on the Italian market, the lamp itself is only slightly larger than its bulb. Arredoluce would also produce lighting by Ettore Sottsass, though the company’s best-known designs, variations on a floor lamp with a slender column, pivoting arms that allowed for maximum flexibility of use, and enameled metal conical shades, is attributed to Lelli.

Arredoluce

Three Arm Floor Lamp, ca. 1950s

Brass, Leather, Enameled Aluminiium
54 × 40 × 40 in
137.2 × 101.6 × 101.6 cm
Sold
Location
New York
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