Coupé 3321 floor lamp, white

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Designed in 1967 by Joe Colombo for Italian lighting company Oluce, the Coupé 3321 floor lamp combines a softly shaped, lacquered aluminum reflector with a slender, 140 cm tall metal stem and a stable base. Designed as a variation of the Oluce’s Spider lamp, the Coupé has kept Spider’s stem and base. The simple mechanism connecting the stem to the head makes it possible to easily control the direction of the beam. A well-known classic of modern design, the Coupé won the 1968 International Design Award and it is part of the permanent collections of New York’s MoMA and Munich’s Neue Sammlung museum.

Joe Colombo
Chromed metal, aluminum
Light source
1 x max 100W - E27, included in the package
Height 140 cm, base diameter 28 cm


Joe Colombo

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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