Founded in 1946 by Bruno Gatta, Stilnovo is a significant part of the first wave of post World War 2
Italian design companies specialising in the production of innovative, functional lighting.
At its most productive between 1950 and the late 80s, Stilnovo worked with a number of Italy’s leading
designers, including Danilo and Corrado Aroldi, G...
Costantino Corsini and Giorgio Wiskemann For Stilnovo, Lamp, Spinnaker model, Metal, signed on a metal plate: Stilnovo, Beige natural stone bottom, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height: 64 cm, width: 42 cm, depth: 30 cm.
Stilnovo, pair of wall sconces, Gold-plated brass and lacquered sheet metal, circa 1980, Italy. Measurement of each: Height: 45 cm, width: 75 cm, depth: 15 cm.
Stilnovo, suite of six sconces. Nickel-plated metal and glass, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height 27 cm, diameter 13 cm.
Stilnovo, table lamp, brass, varnished steel and lacquered aluminium. Original Stilnovo label, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height 40 cm, diameter 38 cm.
Stilnovo, Suspension, Gold-plated brass and opaline glass, Production Stilnovo, producing label, Circa 1950, Italy. Height: 100 cm, diameter 75 cm. Similar model: product catalog Stilnovo, p.11
Stilnovo, sliding hanging lamp, original Stilnovo label, brass, lacquered aluminium, Circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height: 290 cm or 130 cm, diameter: 65 cm.
Stilnovo, A"1197" Chandelier, Polished lacquered brass and opaline glass, Circa 1960, Italie. With the manufacturer's label/ STILNOVO (label), Measures: Height: 128 cm, diameter: 76 cm.
Stilnovo, Luster with fifteen globes, Golden brass and glass, Circa 1970, Italy. measures: Height: 100 cm, Diameter 80 cm.
Stilnovo, Pair of small night lights, Glass, metal and lacquered brass, Circa 1960, Italy. Measures: Height: 20 cm, diameter 13 cm.