Ignazio Gardella for Azucena 'Arenzano' Floor Lamp in Brass & Opaline Glass
Ignazio Gardella for Azucena, floor lamp 'Arenzano', brass, Carrara marble, opaline glass, Italy, circa 1956
This delightful floor lamp is a design by Ignazio Gardella for Azucena around 1956. Its graceful stem is crafted from three gracefully curved brass tubes, serving as the foundation for the attachment of three opaline glass shades. The lamp's elegance is further accentuated by a rounded Carrara marble base, imparting a touch of sophistication and chic allure to its overall design.
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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