Welcome Luminator, the archetypal indirect emission floor lamp
Another FontanaArte bestseller whose contemporary look makes it hard to believe how long it has been around. Pietro Chiesa came up with Luminator in 1933 and deftly assembled the bare bones into a poised design that shines for its absolute originality. A long, narrow stem opens in an upward swoop to catch an upturned cone that lodges the light source. A round base supports this simple structure, reminiscent of a torch both in shape and the alignment of the light source. Luminator was the archetypal indirect emission floor lamp, its metal structure shields the light source completely and directs the beam upwards. The soft but intense glow then reflects and diffuses throughout its surroundings. The brass stem is available in two solid colour options nickel-plated or black – that echo its faultless and distinctive minimalism.