Zanuso Table Lamp

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Zanuso Table Lamp


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In 1963, Marco Zanuso designed the model 275 table lamp for Oluce with its large adjustable rotary Perspex diffuser, fastened to a lacquered metal base. Subsequently renamed Zanuso, the 275 lamp was originally conceived for use as a desk lamp. However, its purpose was not intended as an operational lamp, but rather to illuminate a table in an environment that is not necessarily an office. In fact, its iconic shape finds use not only on desks, but generally on any bearing plane, its primary role being to light a portion of a room.

Table lamp giving diffused light. Opal PMMA diffuser rotating on the base. Painted metal curved support and base.

Source bulb: 1 x max 70W (E27)
Equipped without bulb

Zanuso Table Lamp



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Dia42 x H40

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Marco Zanuso

Marco Zanuso

Marco Zanuso (1916-2001) graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in 1939, he taught architecture, design, and town planning from the 1940s onwards. He opened his own design studio in Milan in 1945. He was one of the first designers in Italy to take an interest in the problems of product industrialisation, going beyond aesthetic issues to incorporate technological, industrial, distribution and communication variables. His designs can be found in many permanent collections, including MoMA New York, the Triennale in Milan, and the Arflex Museum in Italy.