Its name means, literally, “bulb,” and it’s easy to see why with one look at this playful Achille Castiglioni design. This unique table lamp provides direct and diffused light through a partly sandblasted clear globe. Its base is anodized aluminum and contains the excess power cord. There is an on/off switch on the lamp holder.
Inspiration behind the design: Artist Achille Castiglioni had a knack for offering a new perspective on the most humble of objects. Here, the result feels especially “meta” as he plays with the concept of light through a recreation of a light bulb.
FLOS Lampadina is a lighting classic. Designed in 1972, it looks like it's sitting on a film reel. The cord mimics film as it winds its way around the reel. The Bakelite lamp-holder comes in either orange or black. The clear globe, Edison-style bulb is partially sandblasted to diffuse the light. The on/off switch is on the Bakelite portion of the base. Design by Achille Castiglioni, 1972. By FLOS.
Materials: Bakelite, Aluminum Dimensions: 9.5"H X 5"Dia
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT Bulbs: 1 X 40W medium base G40 incandescent lamp (included)