Medusa 254 Table Lamp

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Medusa 254 Table Lamp

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Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli, professionally Quaglio-Simonelli, for years focused on the design of furnishing products and more, have designed Medusa, a glass table lamp, born from the elementary principle of incorporating a metal dome into a cylinder: the dome contains the light source and the glass cylinder delicately distributes the light on the support surface of the lamp.

In the Medusa lamp the relationship between support and lampshade is reversed. The support does not support the lampshade but contains it. The dome, seat of the light source, remains suspended in the cylinder thanks to an elegant fold of the glass which allows for a formal cleanliness of great refinement. The electric cable completes the design, descending free from the center of the diffuser and in a play of reflections it seems to sway, giving a sense of lightness to the whole lamp. Formal cleanliness for a soft and warm light. Medusa is available in three color variants: glossy black, satin gold, scarlet red.

Pyrex glass table lamp with direct led light groove. Internal metal reflector, fabric cable. With on/off switch.

Source bulb: 1 x 4W (LED)
Equipped with LED

Medusa 254 Table Lamp



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Dimensions (cm)

Dia15 x H30

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Quaglio & Simonelli

Quaglio & Simonelli

Quaglio Simonelli is the creation of two designers Manuela Simonelli and Andrea Quaglio. They were born in Italy, they live in Paris, they work in Europe, Asia, America. Their products has been nourished by their history, by the creative gaze they direct on the world that surrounds them and by the mutation they love to induce on it. Thinking that diversification is a source of creative richness, they design technology products, create furniture and decorative objects, conceive the visual identity and product design for beauty brands, alternating industrial logic and artisanal approach.