Over the course of the 20th century, designer lighting has, literally, lit the way for numerous artists who have cleverly reinterpreted floor lamps, table lamps, and sconces, while remaining faithful to contemporary design and the decorative arts. Whether Italian, French or Spanish, the artists who are represented here have brought a breath of f...
Gabriella Crespi, "Fungo" floor lamp, golden brass and methacrylate, signed on the top of the lampshade, circa 1960, Italy. Measures: Height 184 cm, diameter 70 cm.
Gabriella Crespi, "Fungo" floor lamp, golden brass and methacrylate, signed on the top of the lampshade, circa 1960, Italy. Dimensions: Height 184cm, diameter 70cm.
Maison Jansen, Palm tree lamp, golden metal, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height 78 cm, diameter 70 cm.
Isamu Noguchi, table lamp, Akari model, lacquered metal, paper globe, circa 1980, Japan. Measures: Height 70 cm, diameter 40 cm.
Tobia Scarpa, table lamp, Biagio model, Flos production, Carrara marble, circa 1968, Italy. Height 34,5 cm, width 40 cm, depth 13 cm.
Max Ingrand, table lamp, chrome and glass, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 60 cm, diameter 50 cm.
Valmassoi & Conti, rare adjustable floor lamp, bamboo and iron, Luci, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Max. Height 200 cm, width 170 cm, depth 40 cm.
Guy Lefevre for Jansen, pair of table lamps, amber lacquer and gilded brass, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height 59 cm, width 40 cm, depth 19 cm.
Maison Baguès, set of four sconces, Murano glass and gilded iron, circa 1950, France. Measures: Height 51 cm, width 34 cm, depth 13 cm.