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Floor lamp in bamboo and braided rattan in the shape of a palm tree. Italy 80s.

Measurements: W 85 x D 140 x H 272 cm

The Treetops Lamp, part of the Memphis Milano collection, is a masterpiece by the renowned designer Ettore Sottsass, created in the year 1981.


This floor lamp is made of painted metal, with a cast iron base that ensures its stability. Its design features an adjustable light point, allowing the user to direct the illumination according to their needs


With a height of 195 cm, the Treetops lamp becomes an imposing piece of lighting and decoration. This lamp represents the distinctive and avant-garde character of the Memphis artistic movement, to which Sottsass contributed significantly.

It comes with a certificate of authenticity and a warranty seal that supports its origin and quality.


Dimensions: W 75 x D  24 x H 195 cm


Philippe Thomé, Ettore Sottasaa, Phaison-Electa, 2014, pp. 500.

Icónica lámpara de pie mod. “Polifemo” diseñada por Angelo Lelli (Italia, 1911-1979) y editado por Arredoluce, Italia, 1956.
Fabricado en metal lacado con base de mármol, latón y metacrilato. Editado por Arredoluce, 1956.Publicado en Arredoluce Catalogue Ragionato 1943-1987, Pansera, Padoan, Palmaghini, Ed. Silvana Editoriale, página 174.

Dimensions: D 32 x H 201 cm



Arredoluce. Catalogue Ragionato 1943-1987 Catalogue Raisonné

Lámpara de pie modelo “Luminator” diseñada por Pietro Chiesa para Fontana Arte. Realizada de forma artesanal con estructura metálica lacada en color gris.

Dimensions: 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).


S. Montefusco, Fontana Arte Repertorio 1933-
1943 dalle immagini dell’epoca, p. 121, The arting Company, 2012; (modello simile) F. Deboni, Fontana Arte: Gio Ponti, Pietro Chiesa, Max Ingrand, f. 86, Allemandi, 2012.

Floor lamp with structure and base made of brass composed of three articulated arms and adjustable cups. Italy 1950.

Measurements: Diameter 120 x H 205 cm


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