ATOLLO BY VICO MAGISTRETTI

ATOLLO 2

 

The Atoll, for many years now, is no longer a lamp or rather is not just a lamp.
It is a myth, it is an icon: one of the most accepted symbols in the world of design, one of the very few products that everyone recognizes and calls by name. Designed by Vico Magistretti in 1977, in 1979 it won the Compasso d’Oro and since then has been part of the permanent collections of the major design museums, but it has also become part of the furnishings of many homes, inhabited by people who love and know how to choose the things that surround them.
The secret probably lies in the geometric construction of its forms: the cone on the cylinder and above all the hemisphere. A luminous sculpture to which nothing can be removed, nothing can be added. And that it is impossible to imitate.

 

 

Details

Model : ATOLLO

Designer : VICO MAGISTRETTI

Period : 1977

Origin : ITALY

Dimension : 70 X 50 cm  50 x 38 cm  35 x 25 cm

 

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TUBE CHANDELIER BY MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES

 

Cypriot-born, London-based designer Michael Anastassiades is one of the most captivating talents working in any visual field today. With his firmly held philosophy that great design should ignite cultural and intellectual discussion, Anastassiades work transcends traditional modern furniture, accessory, and environmental design.

You know a Michael Anastassiades piece when you see one. With a trained, perspicacious eye for art and creation, Anastassiades’ quietly seductive post-industrial jewelry, lighting, furniture, and tabletop objects illustrate the designer’s never ending fascination with stark lines, simple geometric composition, and utilitarian function. Michael Anastassiades lighting is well sought after.

After completing training as a civil engineer at the Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine in London, Anastassiades completed a Masters Degree at the Royal College of Art in Industrial Design. During this time he began experimenting with many of the tenets that would define his later career: the use of reflective materials and the juxtaposition of the quotidian and the otherworldly. Anastassiades opened his London-based studio in 1994, going on to create his signature lighting collections, along with additional furniture and objects in conjunction with a small network of highly international, family owned and operated producers.

Michael Anastassiades virtuosic purview instantly registered with collectors and clients, drawn to request limited edition pieces. Michael Anastassiades lights include elemental shapes, such as cylinders, spheres, and tubes, that are often paired with elevated materials including mirrors, crystal and polished bronze, a material interplay that’s been widely imitated in the world of lighting and beyond. A collaboration with Studio Mumbai in 2006 led to partnerships with leading architectural designers David Chipperfield and John Pawson, and interior design companies like Studio Isle.

Collaborative and culturally-attuned by nature, Michael Anastassiades has a long track record of partnering with some of the zeitgeist’s most interesting names, including fashion designer Hussein Chalayan, Parisian boutique Colette and venerable glassmaker Lobmeyer. The designer has been recognized with numerous solo exhibitions: the Cyprus Presidency at the European Parliament; Geymüllerschlössel/MAK in Vienna; the Svenskt Tenn in Stockholm; and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. His works also appear at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Craft Council in London, the FRAC Centre in Orleans, France.

The Tube Chandelier, a triangular fixture with lights illuminating from each of its three sides, is a sleek addition to any residential or commercial space.

 

Details

Model : TUBE CHANDELIER

Designer : MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES

Period : 2006

Dimension : 100 X 32 CM

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SHOGUN TABLE LAMP BY MARIO BOTTA

 

Mario Botta, Architect
Born in Mendrisio, Ticino, on April 1, 1943. After an apprenticeship in Lugano, he first attends the Art College in Milan and then studies at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice. Directed by Carlo Scarpa and Giuseppe Mazzariol he receives his professional degree in 1969. During his time in Venice he has the opportunity to meet and work for Le Corbusier and Louis I. Kahn. His professional activity begins in 1970 in Lugano. He builds his first single-family houses in Canton Ticino and subsequently all over the world.

He has always committed himself in an intense architectural research and since 1996 he is involved as creator and founder of the new academy of architecture in Mendrisio, Ticino where he is Professor and held the directorship in 2002/2003.

His work has been recognized with important awards such as the Merit Award for Excellence in Design by the AIA for the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco; the International Architecture Award 2006 by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the “European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage Europa Nostra”, The Hague (The Netherlands) for the restructuring of the Theatre alla Scala in Milan; the International Architecture Award 2007 by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design for the Church Santo Volto in Turin and the wellness centre Tschuggen Berg Oase in Arosa. His work has been presented in many exhibitions.

Among his realizations must be remembered the theatre and cultural center André Malraux in Chambéry, the library in Villeurbanne, the SFMOMA museum in San Francisco, the cathedral in Evry, the museum Jean Tinguely in Basel, the Cymbalista synagogue and Jewish heritage centre in Tel Aviv, the municipal library in Dortmund, the Dürrenmatt centre in Neuchâtel, the MART museum of modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto, the Kyobo tower and the Leeum museum in Seoul, the office buildings Tata Consultancy Services in New Delhi and Hyderabad, the museum and library Fondation Bodmer in Cologny, the church Papa Giovanni XXIII in Seriate, the restoration of the Theatre alla Scala in Milan, the new casinò in Campione d’Italia, the church Santo Volto in Turin, the wellness centre Tschuggen Bergoase in Arosa, the Campari headquarters in Sesto San Giovanni, the winery Château Faugères in Saint-Emilion and the Bechtler museum in Charlotte, USA.

 

 

 

Details

Model : Shogun Table Lamp

Designer : Mario Botta

Editor : Artemide

Period : 1986

Origin : Italy

Dimension : 12 x 59,5 x 32 cm

 

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APPLIQUE E14 BY CHARLOTTE PERRIAND

 

To Charlotte Perriand, lamps were not a decorative element added for no reason, but a functional and technical component, a tool and an object answering to specific needs. Perriand’s minimalistic approach instills a timeless character in her creations: these are the “Useful Forms” that came from the movement she co-founded in 1949. Like Perriand’s furniture, her lamps are not immovable, but rotate and bend themselves, adjusting to our needs.

 

Details

Model : E14

Designer : CHARLOTTE PERRIAND

Period : 1936

Dimension : 15 x 24 x 10 cm

 

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BILIA TABLE LAMP BY GIO PONTI

 

Giovanni “Gio” Ponti, (Milan, November 18, 1891 – Milan, September 16, 1979), is one of the Italian masters of architecture. He was also a designer and essayist and one of the most important of the twentieth century. Other than the great architectural works which carry his unmistakable signature, he created a vast amount of work in the furniture sector. This is demonstrated in his three Milanese houses which were fully furnished in the “Ponti” style. The houses in via Randaccio, 1925, Casa Laporte in via Brin, 1926 and the last in via Dezza, in 1957 is an “expression” of his home design ideas.

 

Table lamp with dimmer. Brushed nickelplated metal frame. Diffuser in satin blown white glass. Transparent feeding cable, dimmer and plug.

 

 

Details

Model : BILIA

Designer : GIO PONTI

Period : 1931

Dimension : 20 X 43

 

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LAMP LUTZ BY PIERRE DUBOURG

 

Lutz signifie « lumière » en gascon. Le nom de ces lampes s’est donc imposé, comme une évidence. Conçue à partir d’un dessin très graphique centré autour de la thématique du cercle, Lutz allie la noblesse minérale du marbre à la rigueur métallique du laiton. Sous ses accents fifties, le design de cette lampe se veut intemporel, avec un duo tige-rotule qui permet une orientation idéale de l’abat-jour

 

Details

Model : LUTZ

Designer : PIERRE DUBOURG

Editor : VERSANT EDITION

Period : 2017

Origin : FRANCE

 

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QINU

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This suspended light fitting delivers 360° of luminous flux. Powered up, it will enhance your interior by giving new meaning to its volume. Powered down, its presence will bring your living space to life with its infinite play of reflections. This suspended LED light fitting offers two completely original lighting effects. Powered down, it reflects its surrounding environment using the first – colourless – mirror-effect film. Powered up, the second – translucent – film reveals the full transparency of the product and creates a kaleidoscopic multitude of glittering prisms.

The new collection from Sammode has been created in collaboration with Yann Kersalé. The polar inspiration embodied in these 4 luminaires will take you far beyond the Arctic Circle on a journey through the imagination of the artist.

This luminaire is supplied ready to install, fully equipped with its own cable, light source and wall outlet. All the luminaires are manufactured, assembled and packaged at the Châtillon-sur-Saône Sammode production plant in the Vosges region of France.

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ROBIE WALL LAMP BY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

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The principle of Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Organic Architecture” was to design buildings where all the parts were integral to the structure and to the building’s very “nature”. Embracing old craft and new technology, Yamagiwa is pleased to present this collection of Wright’ s lighting fixtures in the spirit of that pursuit.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has been offering reproductions of Wright’ s decorative designs through its licensees since 1985. After many successful endeavors, there was a strong desire to offer the public lamps that had been designed for prominent residences designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Each of these light fixtures had been crafted as an integral part of its building, using glass, wood, metals, and methods “challenging” to the requirements of large scale production. This challenge having been considered, the Foundation created a partnership with the Yamagiwa Corporation, who, after careful research and engineering, are pleased to offer this Collection for the enjoyment of a wide audience.

Details

Model : ROBIE WALL LAMP

Designer : FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

Editor : YAMAGIWA

Period : 1930’S

Origin : JAPAN

Material : CHERRY OR WALNUT WOOD AND OPAL GLASS

Dimension : L 28,6 x D 33,5 x H 17,6 cm

 

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WALL LAMP MARSEILLE BY LE CORBUSIER

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“Our eyes are made to see forms in light; light and shade reveal these forms; cubes, cones, spheres, cylinders or pyramids are the great primary forms which light reveals to advantage; the image of these is distinct and tangible within us without ambiguity. It is for this reason that these are beautiful forms, the most beautiful forms”.

Details

Model : WALL LAMP MARSEILLE

Designer : LE CORBUSIER

Editor : NEMO LIGHTING

Period : 1949-1952

Origin : ITALY

Material : ALUMINIUM, STEEL

 

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BORNE BETON (LARGE) BY LE CORBUSIER

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“Our eyes are made to see forms in light; light and shade reveal these forms; cubes, cones, spheres, cylinders or pyramids are the great primary forms which light reveals to advantage; the image of these is distinct and tangible within us without ambiguity. It is for this reason that these are beautiful forms, the most beautiful forms” – LE CORBUSIER

Details

Model : BORNE BETON (LARGE)

Designer : LE CORBUSIER

Editor : NEMO LIGHTING

Period :  1952

Origin : ITALY

Material : CONCRETE

Dimension : W 50 x D 35 x H 50 cm

 

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