Unique monumental chandelier
Giampiero Codebue

Italy, late 1950s.

This monumental 12-lights chandelier was designed by Italian architect Giampiero Codebue for his own home and was acquired directly from his family.
It is an unique piece, made of teak wood and 12 opaline glass shades. The stem is made of varnished cast iron.

Dimensions (H x D):
35 x 121 cm / 13,8 x 47,6 in


The piece has been rewired and remains in excellent original conditions. Its design clearly resembles other chandeliers of the time, like pieces designed by Sarfatti, Stilnovo, Lumen.
Son of the architect Carlo, Giampiero Codebue was an Italian architect active in the Pavia area after WW2. This piece comes from the private residence of the architect, in Bressana Bottarone.