Patinated Brass Floor Lamp, Pivoting Three-Arm Triennale Style


Patinated Brass Floor Lamp, Pivoting Three-Arm Triennale Style


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Elegant re-interpretation of the midcentury iconic three-arm floor lamp called Triennale.

Everything is done with a passion for details and materials. The finish and the appearance is the same of the originals that are now extremely difficult to find in good conditions.

Name echoes the 1951 Triennale where it was displayed in the lighting pavillion curated by Achille, Pier Giacomo and Livio Castiglioni.

This modern interpretation uses a pivot connection and not the crank from Arredoluce, or the butterfly lock of Sarfatti. Shades are simply conical with its classic holes row. Carrara marble base.

Arms and body: Made in natural solid brass and hand wax patina. Each arm has counter-weight in the same color of the opposite shade.
This is the version with colored shades as the first ones were. Primary color Yellow, Red and Blue.

This floor lamp is current production made to order. Please write me for any special size requirement and color choices.

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