A Lamp, 1970

LA/0717/01

Monolithe vintage by Emmanuelle Vidal

A 1970's lamp in white opal glass resting on a base in yellow lacquered metal and plexiglass.

The 1970s' design has lost its innocence : people start to talk about sustainable development, renewable energy or recycling. For some designers in this era, modernism has become formatted, commercial. A new design arises, more visceral, more creative, more futuristic, led by great designers like Eero Aarnio, Verner Panton or Pierre Vandel.

CategoryTable Lamps
Period1970s
Place of originItaly
Quantity1
Hauteur43 cm / 16.9 inches
Diameter42 cm / 16.5 inches
GlobeOpaline
BaseMetal
Transport France continentale40.00 €

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