Vintage "Lampione" floor lamp by Fabio Lenci for Guzzini, Italy 1970s

Netherlands
$12,406.21
Price per piece (2 in stock)

About this vintage design furniture

Beautiful and very large floor lamp by Fabio Lenci for iGuzzini, Italy 1968. Fabio Lenci, an acclaimed designer renowned for his innovative lighting designs, conceived the 'Lampione' floor lamp, an outdoor lighting fixture that takes its name from the Italian word for 'streetlamp'. Notably, Lenci's use of Baydur polyurethane foam allowed for the realization of this lamp in an outdoor setting, owing to the material's durability and weather resistance. Lenci's familiarity with Baydur foam derived from his prior employment at the Baydur company before embarking on his career as a designer for iGuzzini. The lamp's stem owes its organic and smooth look by means of the versatile properties of polyurethane foam, achieving a natural contour akin to a flower. The stem is complemented by a semi-circular lampshade, executed in white perspex. This striking contrast between material use and shapes, with the industrial polyurethane foam juxtaposed against the organic-inspired form, imbues the lamp with a distinctive character and postmodern allure. The lamp has the normal traces of use and is fully functional. The lampshade is in good condition. Reference : 275674

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Features

Length
120 cm
Height
210 cm
Depth
36 cm
Designer
Fabio LENCI
Condition
Good
Style
Space Age
Period
1970s
Origin
Italian
Colour
White
Main material
Fiber glass
Electricity
Working
Socket type
EU plug

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Netherlands
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Fabio LENCI

Fabio Lenci is an Italian designer born in Florence in 1944. He studied at Milan Polytechnic, graduating in architecture in 1969.

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