OLUCE SPIDER TABLE LAMP DESIGN JOE COLOMBO OUTLET PRICES
Spider is the table lamp designed by Joe Colombo in 1965, a period of an Italy in full economic boom that the Spider lamp represents in all its originality and modernity. The Spider lamp two years later or in 1967 it won the Compasso d'Oro and since then it has become part of the houses and museums all over the world, it is part of the permanent collections of the Milan Triennale, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Kunstmuseum of Düsseldorf, of the "Neue Sammlung" Museum of Munich. Made of printed foil and painted in a range of colors, including white, black, orange and brown, the device containing the bulb is fixed to a tubular chromed support by means of a melamine joint. The actual lamp, on the other hand, can rise or fall along the entire length of the support up to the circular metal base that provides support for the slender support. The general effect is that of a design in which the influence of architecture is perceived, an industrial or even institutional design. The Spider lamp was conceived for the use of an innovative bulb from Philips, the ovoid Cornalux, Joe Colombo designed this lamp as part of the Spider series, a series that included table, wall, ceiling and floor lamps. Spider table lamp provides direct light with painted metal base, chromed rod, the work is completed by the rectangular shaped reflector cap in molded metal, swiveling and adjustable, in painted aluminum. In the Oluce catalog, the table version is offered at a list price of 714 euros.
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Buy online at outlet price Spider 291 table lamp by Oluce design Joe Colombo: nr ° 1 Table lamp with direct and diffused light with rectangular shaped black painted metal hat, circular base in painted metal, rod chromed, supplied with 1 x 48W bulb.
Material Color: Metal - Aluminum
Height: 40 cm | Width: 18 cm | Depth: 18 cm
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