Egisto Angolo Pair of Lamps by Artemide Metal Glass Italy 1980s

Code :  MOILIL0122955

63.00
Egisto Angolo Pair of Lamps by Artemide Metal Glass Italy 1980s

Code :  MOILIL0122955

63.00

Egisto Angolo Pair of Lamps by Artemide Metal Glass Italy 1980s

Features

Designer:  Angelo Mangiarotti

Production:  Artemide

Model:  Egisto

Time:  1980 - 1989

Production country:  Pregnana Milanese, Lombardia, Italia

Material:  Enamelled Metal , Glass

Description

Pair of corner wall lamps. Enameled metal, glass.

Product Condition:
Lamp in good condition, with small signs of wear.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 20
Width: 27
Depth: 20

Additional Information

Designer: Angelo Mangiarotti

Angelo Mangiarotti (1921 - 2012) was an Italian architect, designer and urban planner. He is one of the most important architects in the Italian and American environment (but also Japanese and European), as well as internationally recognized as one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century and one of the most prominent figures in Italian industrial design. In 1948, in Milan, Mangiarotti graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic. After two years of experience in the United States, he returned to his hometown to open his own design studio, together with his colleague Bruno Morassuti and to create industrial design products, restoration and construction of residential and public buildings; the collaboration ended in 1960. Two years later he created the first version of one of his most famous industrial design objects: the "59" chair. In 1961 he oriented his profession in a new sector: the automobile.
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Production: Artemide

Time: 1980 - 1989

Material:

Enamelled Metal

Glass

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