Spider 291 table lamp, black

Oluce

$793.05 $933.00

Oluce
Spider 291 table lamp
$793.05 $933.00


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Description

Spider 291 table lamp by the Italian lighting company Oluce is equipped with a 40-centimeter high metal stem and a lacquered, adjustable aluminum reflector. The reflector has a rectangle-shaped hole which allows the light bulb to become part of the lamp’s geometrical character. Designed by Joe Colombo in 1965, the Spider won the Compasso d’Oro award in 1967 and it belongs to the permanent collections of the art museums of Philadelphia, Düsseldorf and Munich.

Material
Chromium-plated metal, lacquered aluminum
Colour
Black
Width
18 cm
Diameter
18 cm
Height
40 cm
Bulb base
G9
Light source
Max. 48W (included)
IP rating
20
Protection class
I
Voltage
220 V
Certifications and labels
CE, CB, CCC
Plug
EU plug
Cable colour
Black
Dimmable
No

Joe Colombo

Joe Colombo (1930–1971) was an Italian industrial designer who became known for his futuristic style and interest for multi-functional, modular systems. After studying painting and architecture in Milan, Colombo worked actively as a painter and sculptor before starting his career as an industrial designer in the 1950s.

His best known works include minimalist lamps designed for Italian lightning company Oluce and the plastic Boby storage trolley. His work has been exhibited at many museums, such as New York’s MoMA.

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