Desk lamp Joe Colombo Stilnovo 70s

Vintage desk lamp model "Mini Topo" design Joe COLOMBO, edited by Stilnovo, 70s. Consisting of an adjustable shade in white lacquered metal  on a chromed metal foot. In perfect working condition (screw bulb supplied).

Good vintage condition, some tiny marks of use on the shade not really visible
Height 36cm
Width 27cm
Diameter 20cm at the base
Weight 0,5kg


330,00 €

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Joe Colombo (1930-1971)

Joe Colombo studied painting until 1949 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then architecture until 1954 at the Ecole Polytechnique. In the early 1950s, he joined the Nuclear Nuclear Movement (Nuclear Movement) and carried out a number of decorative and scenographic projects during this decade.

After the death of his father in 1959, he had to replace him at the head of the family business he left in 1961. His career as a designer really began in 1962 when he opened his own design studio in Milan. With his brother, Gianni Colombo, he created the Acrilica luminaire, then in 1963, he designed the Elda armchair.

In the 1960s, he collaborated with leading publishing houses such as Kartell, Zanotta and Stilnovo, and was repeatedly awarded the Compas d'Or and the Premier Design International Award.

He died prematurely, at age 41.

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