Piazza San Marco - 453Vico Magistretti, 2005
Designed a year before the death of the great master from Milan, Piazza San Marco is probably his last masterpiece. Built with an ascending spiral with twelve arms branching off, this is one of the few contemporary design chandeliers. Minimalist, with a luxurious assembly, its decoration is made up wholly of the structure, courageously offering visible bulbs. In the current historical moment, confused and marked by hyper-formalism, Vico Magistretti, with Piazza San Marco, launches a last powerful message of simplicity and purity.
Suspension lamp giving diffused light. Lamp structure composed by 12 arms in chromium-plated metal.
12 x max 40 W E14
↑ 360 cm → 60 cm (↑ 141,8" cm → 23,6")