Fiore 139

Fiore 139

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In designing this family of lamps, Marta Laudani and Marco Romanelli recover natural elements and 1970-style recollections making them the focal point of the project: the lamp becomes the archetype of a flower, with a central core and radiating petals.

The single element, a transparent blown glass cylinder that contains the source of light, is joined to a metal body to form several combinations, creating, in fact, a stylised flower.
In the wall/ceiling version, Fiore is available with 7 luminaires, 3 luminaires – in the linear and triangular variations – and with only one luminaire, creating geometric or decorative motifs on the domestic surfaces.

Instead, in the suspension version of the lamp, Fiore twirls free, with a combination of either 13 or 7 luminaires – according to the variation chosen.

Wall and ceiling lamp in transparent blown glass giving direct and diffused light. Chromium-plated metal structure.

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Marta Laudani & Marco Romanelli

Marta Laudani & Marco Romanelli

Marta Laudani and Marco Romanelli, architects, have been collaborating since 1988 in the associated studios of Rome and Milan. Operating in the fields of interior design and architecture. In 2001, in Rome, on behalf of Fiat-Engineering, they planned the recovery of the "Museum of Roman Civilization". For both of them, the design work has always been accompanied by intense critical reflection on the themes of living and design: Marta Laudani taught at the Faculty of Architecture of Sapienza in Rome; Marco Romanelli was editor of the Domus and Abitare magazines.