ALBA Floor Lamp, Brass/Milk Glass w/2-Lights by Oluce

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Mariana Pellegrino Soto: ALBA 383 Double-Globe Floor Lamp
Oluce, imported from Italy

ALBA Double-Globe Floor Lamp, Brass/Milk Glass w/2-Lights (Model 383) by Oluce. Shine a modern spotlight on your favorite reading nook or vintage bar cart with this 67.7", two light, two-style floor lamp. With it contemporary satinized brass and glass globes, this floor lamp is versatile enough to round out an elegant living room ensemble or stand on its own in the master bedroom, beside an oversized, tufted headboard. Adding a chic and elegant touch to your lounge or study, the shiny white shades and accents blend well with neutral carpeting, a pair of leather club chairs, and warm wood accents. Let one flank your favorite crushed velvet sofa, or simply add a couple to your office as polished and dignified conversation pieces.

Size: 67.7 x 11.2 inches
Material: Shiny milk white glass shades, satin brass structure, steel.

Collection: Oluce
Category: Lighting
Product Dimensions: 67.7" Height x 11.2" Width
Assembled Height: 67.7 inches
Assembled Length: 11.2 inches
Assembled Width: 11.2 inches
Use: Indoor
Product Category: Lighting
Collection: Floor Lamps
Shape: Oval
Pattern: Solid
Texture Shade: Shiny
Color: White
Texture Base: Satin
Color Base: Brass
Number of Lights: 2
Included Components: Bulb not included
Maximum Compatible Wattage: 2 x max 60W (E26) or 2 x max 15W (E26) LED
Voltage: 110 Volts
Specific Uses: Indoor use only
Fixture Features: Dimmable
Shade Material: Glass
Base Material: Brass
Light Direction: Up/Down Light
Power Source: Corded-Electric
Type of Bulb: Any type with E26 base
Style: Contemporary
Oluce Product Code: 383

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Usually ships in 4-12 business days or sooner.

Design: Mariana Pellegrino Soto (1996). She was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela and attended and graduated from the Italian scientific high school Agostino Codazzi. When she was 18 years old, she moved to Italy to pursue a degree in Product Design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome. During the three-year program, she participated in the Erasmus project, studying for one semester at the Institute's Barcelona campus. She participated and won a university competition for the design of a glass water bottle "Acqua Santa Maria" (for the Sayachi Group of Companies), and won the Best Packaging Award in the 2016 Global Bottled Water Awards 2016. During her final year in the program, her thesis project was completed in collaboration with Oluce, which, once having chosen her project, developed it all the way to the product's final creation. She currently works as a design developer for F&N Compositi.