Design Giuseppe Ostuni, 1960
The G.O. lamp is the revival edition of a model designed for Oluce by Giuseppe Ostuni in the 1960s.
A lamp that, in the essence of its design, is extremely current, characterised by a vertical shaft from which a horizontal arm branches off and on which the lampshade is mounted. The arm, thanks to the system of joints, is therefore a sliding element that can be repositioned and oriented depending on specific needs.
A family which maintains the style of the original design, like the use of the cylindrical lampshade and the contrast between the materials with which the various elements are made. The revival edition is enhanced by precious details in satin gold, which stand out in contrast with the black nickel – of the arm – and the colours of the base and the lampshade, these last two available in three different colours: black, scarlet, and anodic bronze.
The use of colour gives energy and a fresh modern look to the original design which was intended for a single tabletop version, conceived for both domestic spaces and for the world of contract furnishing. This revival edition, however, enhances the project with a new reading lamp, this too characterised by the option of repositioning and orienting the beam of light.
Lacquered metal table lamp giving direct light with adjustable stem and reflector. Base and reflector available in 3 colors: black, anodic bronze and scarlet red. With on/off switch.
|252||1 x max 10 W (E14)||Metal||Black - Anodic bronze - Scarlet red|