Name Rare model 12628 "Siluro" floor lamp by Angelo Lelii for Arredoluce 1957
Ref. L228
Editor Arredoluce, Italy 1957
Description Fantastic and rare floor lamp designed by italian design master Angelo Lelii also often referred to as Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce 1957.

The model 12628 has been named "Siluro" the italian name for a torpedo for its vertical rising sculptural shape.

This very tall and impressive lamp is composed of black laquered metal tubes with brass conical parts which are joined in the middle by massive brass parts that house a floating acrylic glass reflector with two very thin brass rods.

The circular marble base is made in white Carrara marble with a slight bowl shape.

The lamp is marked at the inside and as well on the original foot switch with Arredoluce, Monza.

The design of this is an example of an light sculpture of perfect proportions with refined details and a great sense of balance of the elements.
Dimensions Height 212 cm Diameter 45 cm
Remarks Excellent condition.
Price SOLD
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