Castiglioni & Giacomo Arco Floor Lamp Flos - 1962
First edition Arco floor lamp designed in 1962 by Achille Castiglioni, together with his brother Pier Giacomo, for the company FLOS. Born in 1918, Achille Castiglioni was one of the most important Italian designers and architects and created some of the most original and internationally recognized objects. He designed objects, lamps, and furniture for many companies such as Kartell, Flos, Zanotta, Knoll, and Alessi, just to name a few.
The Arco lamp is certainly one of its most important projects and today it is part of the permanent collections of the Triennale Museum in Milan and the MoMA in New York. The lamp is characterized by a suspended spun aluminum pendant attached to an upright slab of Carrara marble via a large, arching arm made of stainless. The lamp has been in constant production since its original release in 1962.
Continental US€ 1100
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