Pietro Chiesa, 1932
Luminator is one of the first projects that Pietro Chiesa, then the owner of a workshop in Milan specialized in artistic glasswork, created for FontanaArte, where he would later become artistic director alongside Gio Ponti. The first indirect light floor lamp, Luminator is composed of a thin metal shaft that opens into a cone, inside which is the light source. A single element resting on a circular base, it is a lamp of an almost abstract rigor and purity, and is by far one of the most extraordinary pieces designed by Pietro Chiesa. Now available in metallic blue and white with Led light source.