Ignazio Gardella 'Arenzano' Floor Lamp in Brass and Opaline Glass
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Ignazio Gardella, floor lamp 'Arenzano', brass, marble, opaline glass, Italy, 1950s.
An elegant floor lamp designed by the Italian architect and designer Ignazio Gardella. The base is made of tubular brass, curved and grafted together to hold the three opaline glass shades. A rational marble food, typical of the designer, keeps the lamp stabile. This specific piece is an early model and features admirable patinated brass.
Ignazio Gardella (1905-1999) was an Italian designer and architect. He grew up in a Genovese family of architects since both his father and grandfather were also renowned architects. Today, Gardella is considered as a prominent member of the so-called third generation of the Italian Modern Movements, as well as the Italian Rationalism. During his career, he was a successful furniture and lighting designer and co-founder of the design and furniture manufacturing company Azucena.
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