A Lamp by Stilnovo for Artimeta, 1970


Monolithe vintage by Emmanuelle Vidal

Two 1970's lamps in Perspex and metal by Stilnovo for Artimeta. Base in cast-iron. Sold separately.

Founded in 1946 by Bruno Gatta, Stilnovo is a significant part of the first wave of post World War 2 Italian design companies specialising in the production of innovative, functional lighting. At its most productive between 1950 and the late 80s, Stilnovo worked with a number of Italy’s leading designers, including Danilo and Corrado Aroldi, Gaetano Sciolari, Alberto Fraser, Joe Colombo and Ettore Sottsass. A contemporary of companies such as Fontana Arte and Arteluce, Stilnovo rose to prominence on the back of Italian design’s move away from small family orientated businesses to forming companies capable of producing industrialised, mass produced work.

CategoryTable lamp
Place of originFrance
Hauteur40 cm / 15,75 inches
Diameter40 cm / 15,75 inches
StructureChromed metal
Transport France continentale40.00 €


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