Achille Castiglioni - Flos - Lampadaire - Arco

Achille Castiglioni - Flos - Lampadaire - Arco
Italie - 2000 à aujourd'hui - Marbre

'Arco' is a lamp designed by the Italians Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and Achille Castiglioni in 1962 for the Italian lighting and furniture company Flos. This is one of the most famous and sold pieces of industrial design. An iconic Italian designed item that is part of the permanent collection at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan and MoMA in New York.
The lamp gives a direct light. The base is made from a parallelepiped of white marble, weighing approx. 65 kg with rounded corners and edges. The metal structure rises from the base, fixed to the marble by a groove cut into it. The light is housed at the end of the arc, which is a dome-shape made of two pieces: a perforated cap, that stops the bulb from overheating and an aluminium ring to adjust the position of the dome in relation to the arc.
The bulb is included.

Measurements: see photos.

The lamp will be sent insured. We recommend that you always sign conditionally due to it being very delicate. Original packaging.

Informations du lot
Designer / Artiste
Achille Castiglioni
Fabricant / Marque
Modèle / Nom
Période estimée
2000 à aujourd'hui
Pays d’origine
Comme neuf, inutilisé
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