Enrico Franzolini, 1997
Created by designer and architect Enrico Franzolini in 1997, Gilda stands out for its large fabric lampshade, suspended on an adjustable tripod and inspired by professional photographer’s tools. Using different materials for the lampshade corresponds to several tactile, visual and bright emotions: from white or ivory synthetic parchment to white, black or natural jute, to white or ivory plissé pongè. Today Pallucco completes the Gilda collection with an all-black version made of a matt black finish tripod and black jute lampshade.
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