Pareja de lámparas de mesa realizadas con estructura de latón y piezas en cristal de murano celeste. Pantallas circulares tapizadas con tela de bouclé blanco.

Measurements: W 23 x D 12 x H 87 cm / Lampshade diameter: 51 cm

Pair of contemporary table lamps with brass structure and white cotton thread shades made in Italy.

Measurements: Diameter 20 x H 70 cm

Measurements (with shades): Diameter 45 x H 88 cm

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Model "Taliesin 2" shelf designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright with integrated light points. Made of walnut wood and edited by Yamagiwa. Designed in 1911 in the United States.

Measurements: L 41 x D 41 x H 205 cm

Table lamp model "Pipistrello" designed by Gae Aulenti for Martinelli Luce. Lamp made with innovative molding techniques, due to its white opal methacrylate diffuser, for the time it was designed. The elusive shape of the conical base develops upwards making it adjustable, widening at the diffuser ribs like the spread of a bat's wings. White lacquered aluminum base.

Measurements: W53 x D50 x H70 cm

Pair of contemporary table lamps made with brass structure composed of transparent Murano glass pieces. Lamp shades upholstered with pink cotton velvet. Italian manufacture.Lamps measurements: Diameter 20 x H 70 cm Lampshade measurements: Diameter 50 x H 25 cm

Lamps measurements: Diameter 20 x H 70 cm
Screen Measurements: Diameter 50 x H 25 cm

Suspension lamp with a structure made of brass finished in Murano glass in a pyramidal shape. Italy.

Measurements: Diameter 120 cm

Pair of table lamps made with a brass structure and pieces in green Murano glass. Circular screens in black chinz and gold interior.

Measurements: W 23 x D 12 x H 87 cm / Lampshade diameter: 38 cm

Floor lamp model "Luminator" designed by Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte. Made by hand with a metallic structure lacquered in gray.

Measurements: Diameter 30 x H 185

 

Pietro Chiesa, a descendant of an eminent Ticino-based family of artists, opened his own glass-making shop in 1921 after working as an apprentice in Giannotti's glassware. In the early 1920s, he participated in the Venice Biennale, the Monza Biennale, the Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and exhibitions in Cologne and Barcelona. His work combines extreme modernity with outstanding technical ability. His creations include the glass windows of the Trieste Stock Exchange, the windows of the Motorship Victoria and those of the Conte di Savoia ocean liner. In 1932, Pietro Chiesa was asked by Gio Ponti to share the artistic direction of the newborn FontanaArte, a role that would allow him to fully express his creative talent by designing more than a thousand different objects (furniture, tables, lamps, stained glass, art objects, etc.). Some of these pieces took their place in design history and are still produced by FontanaArte today, such as the Fontana curved table (1932), the Cartoccio vase (1932), and the Luminator floor lamp (1933).

Pair of table lamps, made of metal and brass, with glass base and blue Murano glass applications. Lampshade with blue cotton velvet fabric. Italy.

Measurements: W 25 x D 12 x H 70 cm

Measurements with screen: D 45 x H 88 cm

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