Fiore - 173Marta Laudani & Marco Romanelli, 2007
This project is characterised by a deliberate hark back to the 1970s: the lamp becomes a flower, the most classic of flowers with a centre and petals radiating around it. Perhaps it is a daisy, barely outlined in the abstract sharpness of the metal and the glass, but poetically evoked by the shadow that is projected on the wall or ceiling. It is a flower in the contemporary razzle-dazzle of flowers which is not created by the décor but by its structure. A flower that is a symbol and a metaphor: “deck the walls of your homes with flowers!”
Wall and ceiling lamp in transparent blown glass giving direct and diffused light. Chromium-plated metal structure with 7 lights on a flower disposition.
7 x max 40 W (E14)
→ 13 cm ↔ 46 cm (→ 5,1" ↔ 18")
Chromium-plated metal/Blown glass