- October 4, 2016
A selection of six red lamps from Domus website proposes new ad old classics. Moving back to the Sixties, Giancarlo Mattioli’s Nesso lamp for Artemide was designed in 1967 and has been celebrated as a design icon, becoming part of the MoMA design collection. In 1952 Alvar Aalto designs the Pendandt Light A110 for Finnish brand Artek, with a recent new edition in red, while the 90s offer the Costanzina table lamp designed by architect and designer Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan. In the new millenium Luis Eslava suspends the Agatha lamp produced by LZF Lamps, while Marc Sadler combines crystal, blown glass and steel in the Beluga lamp for Fabbian. In recent times dutch designer Wisse Trooster reinterprets the lamp archetype shape with a metal wire in the Ligne lamp for Qoowl.