LUCITALIA 70s spotlight floor lamp P433 / LUCI ARTEMIDE FLOS GUZZINI STILNOVO
LUCITALIA - Brusasco and Torretta, designed by Hoffman - 1970s triple adjustable spotlight floor lamp - model # P433. Spotlights have the rarer white enamelled shades, with chromed stalks on a circular black base. In very good vintage condition, patina/age related marks from normal use as can be expected. Chrome stalks adjustable for height, can adjust layout/look and likewise swivel spotlights to create the desired lighting mood. Lucitalia Milano was founded in 1966 under the name LUCI illuminazione dinterni and quickly established itself as one of the most innovative and original designers and manufacturers of modern design lighting fixtures. Minimal, Industrial Italian modern designs throughout the late 1960s into the 1970s were manufactured for select trade clientele and connoisseurs. The creation in 1983 of the now iconic Kandido table lamp, in collaboration with Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, thrust LUCI into the International spot light. Collaboration with other world famous designers quickly followed and increased over time to include: Gianfranco Frattini, Adonis, Caltha, Ignazio; Toshiyuki Kita, Rodolfo Bonetto Rio, Flu, Todo; Giugiaro Design, Asahara Sigeaki, Francesco Brivio, Carlo Fassina e Giancarlo Forcolini, Serge & Robert Cornelissen, Gabi Peretto.
Likewise welcome to arrange own courier, can of course pack very well or arrange this with your courier. Can also recommend a shipper that offers a packing service, drop off in/around London if pre arranged or indeed collect. Any questions, let me know. The item "LUCITALIA 70s spotlight floor lamp P433 / LUCI ARTEMIDE FLOS GUZZINI STILNOVO" is in sale since Friday, November 22, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Lamps\20th Century". The seller is "streamlinear" and is located in Uxbridge. This item can be shipped worldwide.