Pietro Chiesa, 1932
Luminator is one of the first projects that Pietro Chiesa, then the owner of a workshop in Milan specialized in artistic glasswork, created for FontanaArte, where he would later become artistic director alongside Gio Ponti. The first indirect light floor lamp, Luminator is composed of a thin metal shaft that opens into a cone, inside which is the light source. A single element resting on a circular base, it is a lamp of an almost abstract rigor and purity, and is by far one of the most extraordinary pieces designed by Pietro Chiesa.
DimensionHeight 72.4" x Diameter 12.2"
LampingLED 30W (3000K, CRI>80, 3000Lm)
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