Fontana Arte

Bilia Mini Table lamp – / By Gio Ponti (1932) by Fontana Arte Black

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£5-18/€5-21

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Bilia Mini Table lamp – / By Gio Ponti (1932) by Fontana Arte Black

Fontana Arte Table lamp Black Metal/Glass. Dimensions: Ø 12 x H 26 cm. Enter the design legend with the reissue of the famous Bilia lamp. This iconic lamp was created in 1932 by the father of Italian industrial design: Gio Ponti (1891 – 1979). Architect, designer and leader of Italian design, Gio Ponti is a legend in his country and a monument of European decorative arts. With its surprising modernity, the Bilia lamp has a strong, charismatic personality. A cone and a sphere: two essential and identifiable geometric shapes. A simple composition, enriched by the extraordinary balance of proportions and discreet elegance of materials. This minimalist lamp consists of a sphere in satin blown glass that balances at the top of a conical metal base. The seemingly impossible balancing act, the opposition of two elementary geometric forms, gives birth to an original object of harmonious proportions. A perfect volume embodying both precision and essentiality, not to mention, obviously, a pinch of expressiveness. A sculptural, sophisticated light construction that explores the notion of balance. The light is diffuse and the light emission highlighted by the geometric essentiality of the design.

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Fontana Arte

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Made In Design

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Black

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4-10 days

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