Luce Orizzontale by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec is a sculptural lamp combining exquisite craftsmanship and cutting-edge manufacturing technology.
The glass cylinders are supported by a polished aluminium bar, while the light sources, two LED strips pushing the light upwards and downwards, are inserted in the bar, and can be dimmed through a system located at one end of the bar. With Luce Orizzontale, you can turn the light on and off, adjust the intensity and control the upper and lower lights separately. This can all be done using the Direct touch control, located on the side of the luminaire, the Push DIM control system or the DALI control system.
The lamp’s modular configuration includes 8, 10 or 12 cast glass tubes (the size ranges from 1.5 metres to 2.5 metres) and hanging structures of different lengths.
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265 was designed by Paolo Rizzatto in 1973; it marked the Italian architect’sfirst foray into product design and lighting, and one that set the basis for awider thinking into objects and illumination.
The design of Rizzatto’s 265 is as simple and intuitive as it is technical and precise: a suspended wall lamp comprising a head and weight, each balanced at the extremities of an adjustable arm, and attached to the wall in an asymmetric position. In Rizzatto’s design, each part featured a specifically chosen primary colour: the head, the most important element, was drawn in red, the weight was yellow and the connecting arm, blue. The lamp was eventually produced in more muted shades, and while it is normally available in black and white, Rizzatto’s original colour proposal is now making its way onto the Flos catalogue to celebrate the architect’s original thinking
In the 60s many famous Milan designers cooperating with STILNOVO such as Joe Colombo, Angelo Mangiarotti, Ettore Sottsass, Marcello Pietrantoni, Roberto Lucci, Danilo and Corrado Aroldi. Giancarlo Iliprandi.
After decades of success, confirmed by the many lights displayed in the world’s most important design museums, Stilnovo stopped in its tracks, along a path on which it had set out in the 1940s.
In 2019, the Linea Light Group – a global leader in LED lighting – acquires Stilnovo, with the aim of relaunching the brand in the modern world and continuing a history begun more than 70 years ago.
With the pragmatic and innovative approach that characterises both Stilnovo and the Linea Light Group, the project foresees the re-release of the superb icons of the past and the involvement of new designers to develop future lighting fixtures.