Large A.R.D.I.T.I. for Sormani Floor Lamp 'Ponte' in Marble and Metal
Studio A.R.D.I.T.I. for Sormani Nucleo Division, floor lamp model 'Ponte', Carrara marble, chrome-plated metal, acrylic, Italy, 1971
Lighting sculpture by Studio A.R.D.I.T.I. for Sormani Nucleo Division. This wonderful artistic floor lamp spans an arch in your room. From two bases in marble two thin stems in chrome span across. Two adjustable spheres create a lovely light. The geometric shapes and subtle material combination, contributes to the modern appearance of the lamp.
The family-owned company Sormani was established in 1961 in the northern Italian town of Arosio. At the end of the sixties, the firm distinguished itself by its avant-garde furniture and furnishings in plastics. Richard Neagle was among the first using vacuum-formed plastic for the creation of his ‘Nike’ furniture line in 1968. The Nucleo Division was particularly focused on lighting experimenting with different forms and materials, which resulted in sculptural and artistic appearances.
Please note that the marble contains minor chips on the corners. For further details, we encourage you to reach out to our team of design specialists.
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