Gerard Taylor: Piccadilly lamp

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Piccadilly lamp: designed by Gerard Taylor
in 1982 for Memphis, Italy.

A very beautiful and rare Memphis lamp made in lacquered metal. One of the better, if not best Icons of Modern Design and the Memphis movement! A wonderful accent and must have in any modern interior! Includes chrome bulb as pictured. Referenced in the original Memphis book and the Memphis book by Barbara Radice. Polychrome enameled metal "duck" with pivoting head mounted on a black and white confetti-patterned laminate base.

Material: lacquered metal.
Size: 17 3/4" H

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About Memphis: Memphis was founded in 1981 by architect Ettore Sottsass and a group of young Milanese architects and designers. The playful colors, materials and motifs of the furniture, ceramics and glassware was unveiled by memphis designers at the 1981 milan furniture fair. Memphis split the design world and caused a media sensation after years of drab rationalism. Memphis Milano became the radical design movement that achieved iconic status. Now part of museum collections world wide.