Lanternina - 471Marta Laudani & Marco Romanelli, 2001
The great family of the “Lanterna” and “Lanternina”, that is to say equilibrium achieved by enclosing light inside a casing made of air, is completed by a lamp made of five bulbs, three bulbs or a single bulb to be repeated in series. Its pure shape, by now considered a classic, enables a typology that seemed to be irretrievably linked to the past to be brought up again confidently.
Suspension lamp giving diffused light. Transparent and sand-blasted Murano glass diffusers. Glazed anodized metal structure.
1 x max 40 W (E14)
↑ 298,50 cm Ø 14 cm (↑ 117,6" Ø 5,5")