Oluce is one of the companies asked to participate in DeLightFuL, the second short film by Matteo Garrone, dedicated to the world of design.
The video, edited by Ciarmoli Queda Studio, will be presented during the 56th edition of the Salone del Mobile in Milano.
DeLightFuL depicts a series of scenes form daily life, but set in an enchanted forest where home furnishings become the protagonists of an environment where walls do not exist.
In this scenario, familiar and fairytale-like at the same time, we thus find Atollo in its gold version, positioned on a desk immersed in green, and the Lys floor lamp surrounded by waterfalls and lush foliage.
Designed in 1977 by Vico Magistretti, over the years Atollo has become an archetype of the table lamp, winning the Compasso d’Oro in 1979, and completely revolutionizing the way we think about the classic lamp shade. The geometric shapes it is made up of – the cylinder, the cone, and the hemisphere – gave life to a product that is both decorative and basic, disconnected from the historical period and the trends of the moment, and which is now, at the dawn of its 40th year, an icon of Italian design.
Lys, on the other hand, is a series designed by Daniele Ruzza and Silvana Angeletti made up of a floor lamp and a suspension lamp. The common trait of the two products is the unique illuminated head shaped like a bluebell, sinuous and slender, which in the floor lamp version is supported by a long stem set on a tripod base.
Oluce appears within this modern fairytale with two extremely representative projects. Founded in 1945, over the years the company has managed to build an articulated catalogue, creating some of the most iconic lamps of the past few decades, alongside more recent collections that confirm the spirit of design and decoration of Oluce’s products.