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Table or floor lamp with stove-enamelled sheet metal reflector purposely designed to take a special horizontal spot light bulb. A plastic joint allows the reflector to tilt. In 1967 Spider won the Compasso d’Oro award. It is part of the permanent collections of the Milan Triennale, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Kunstmuseum of Düsseldorf and the “Neue Sammlung” Museum in Munich. In 1972 it went on show at the “Italy: The New Domestic Landscape” exhibition in New York.
- Joe Colombo, Italy c.1965
- Made in Italy
- Lacquered steel base, chromium-plated stem, reflector in lacquered aluminium
- Base Diameter 9" / 23cm
- Height 55" / 140cm
- 1x 48w Max, G9 Incandescent Bulb (not included)
- US Plug
Notes Not dimmable
- Certifications UL, CE
Prolific Italian architect and designer Joe Colombo, born Cesare Colombo, believed in democratic and functional design, meant to be used in many different ways - all for the benefit of the user. Ahead of his time, Colombo relied on emerging material and the latest technologies to design futuristic “machines for living”, many of which have become icons for a new way of living.
Founded in 1945, Oluce is the oldest Italian design company in the illumination sector still in operation today. The design qualities of the lamps make them icons that communicate across the generations to become an integral part of the homes they furnish.