- Angelo Mangiarotti -
The Aida Lamp is one of the most characteristic lamps drawn by Angelo Mangiarotti. There is a certain tension in the design that makes for an interplay with the two large volumes that are connected only by a slim stem which seems too weak to hold the larger shade.
Again, Angelo Mangiarotti references the structures in his architecture that he is so famous for – slim, elegant pillars that supports large and heavy ceilings in an almost impossible lift. Of course the lamp is not fragile or out of balance, but is a beautiful and sculptural lamp that creates a soft indirect light.
Angelo Mangiarotti, 1988
A mouth blown glass half-sphere on alu/steel support arm and base.
Alu, steel, glass
Opal glass half-dome on black lacquered base and support
Max: GU10 7W LED 230V Reflector