Intended to light only a small portion of a room, the Zanuso Table Lamp emits a warm diffused light creating a rich and cosy ambience. The iconic shape, purpose-built for use as a desk lamp, finds itself able to sit upon any surface. A large adjustable opaline rotary diffuser is fastened to a support of lacquered metal, available in white or nut brown. Suitable for the delicate illumination of living rooms and home offices in an array of styled interiors, the rotational base offers a perpetual balanced light.
Born in Milan in 1916, died 2001, architect, town planner and designer. Degree in architecture in 1939. In the post war period he was a driving force of cultural debate in the "Modern Movement" and from 1947 to 1949 was a member of the CIAM (Congres Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne) and the INU (Istituto Nazionale di Urbanistica).