Mod. 613 articulating table lamp for Arteluce
This lamp was designed by Italian architect and designer Paolo Rizzatto in 1975, and was his second lamp, the table version of the 265 wall lamp. This lamp was conceived to cover the whole area of any desk and to be extremely light (therefore the fiberglass arms) in order to reduce the counterweight. The articulating system allows a number of shapes. The reflector rotates fully on two axis.
Paolo Rizzatto was a pupil of Franco Albini, then his second menthor was Gino Sarfatti. After Sarfatti sold Arteluce to Flos, in 1978 Rizzatto founded Luceplan toghether with Sandra Romanelli Severi and Riccardo Sarfatti.



PRICE: 1100 €
Rent: 140 € / 48 h

Italy, 1975. Preowned. Out of production.

Materials:
Pressed polycarbonate shade, fiberglass arm, plastic, metal.

Conditions: 4/5
See condition report below by clicking on "info".

Dimensions:
maximum height 97 cm / 38,2 in, maximum lenght 120 cm / 47,2 in, base 27 x 17 cm / 10,6 x in

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