Do With - 339Carlo Colombo, 2003
Of the various types of floor lamp, the “luminator” is surely the most noble, the one taken on, as a challenge, by the most famous designers. For Oluce, Carlo Colombo gives a completely new interpretation, relying entirely on the matter. The body of the lamp is, in fact, composed of a painted metal cylinder that tapers upwards to accommodate the light source. The result is an object of absolute elegance to which nothing can be added, and nothing taken away.
Floor lamp (Luminator) giving indirecte light. Structure, with a coned shape, and base in painted metal.
1 x max 205 W (B15d) - universal dimmer
↑ 182 cm ↔ 27 cm (↑ 70,9" ↔ 10,6")
White - Black