Oluce Vico Magistretti Atollo Lamp 233 Classic
Classic Edition in Aluminum
Oluce, imported from Italy
Oluce Atollo Classic 233 Table Lamp. The Oluce Vico Magistretti Atollo Lamp 233, Classic Edition. We have a profound love affair with Atollo; one of the highlights
of 20th century Italian lighting design.
The famed Atollo lamp was designed by Vico Magistretti for Oluce in Italy.
Vico Magistretti named this lamp "Atollo" which translates into "Island" from Italian.
With the highly sculptural Atollo Lamp; Italian Designer
Vico Magistretti took the idea of a regular table lamp
and turned into a veritable work of art.
Created in 1977 the Atollo Lamp by Vico Magistretti
is now a classic in the history of modern lighting design.
Atollo's secret probably lies in the geometrical construction of its shapes:
the cone on the cylinder and the semi-sphere which seems to float
above it all. A luminous sculpture from which nothing can
be removed, and at the same time, to which nothing can be added.
A table lamp that is perfect in every way.
The Vico Magistretti Atollo Lamp was awarded the
revered Compasso d'Oro design award in 1979 and
is included in the permanent collections of the world's
leading musea. For almost half a century, Atollo has no longer been a lamp, or rather, it has no longer been just a lamp.
It has become a myth, an icon: one of the best known symbols of Italian design.
Atollo, the beauty of light fulfilled.
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Category: Modern Lighting, Lamps, Table Lamps
Dimensions: 28" Height x 20" Wide
Materials: Lacquered aluminum, steel
Style: Italian, Modern, Modernist
Awards: Compasso d'Oro 1977
Collections: The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Oluce Product Code: 233
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(1920-2006) was born in Milan in 1920 into a family of architects.
A graduate of the famous Politecnico di Milano University, Vico Magistretti became
a prolific designer in the fields of architecture, town planning and industrial design.
The first recognition of his work came in 1948, when he won the Gran Premio at the 8th Triennale.
A prolific designer, he won the "Compasso d'Oro" in 1967 for the Artemide Eclisse lamp,
in 1979 for the Oluce Atollo lamp and for the Cassina Maralunga sofa. He also produced designs for De Padova, Fritz Hansen, Campeggi, Fontana Arte, Fredericia and Kartell. Since 1967 he has been a member of the San Luca Academy and the London Royal College of Art, where he was also visiting professor.