PIRELLONE

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SKU
F275930150KBNE
Gio Ponti, 1967
€2,490.00
Color NICKEL, WHITE

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Pirellone and Pirellina have been lighting classics for 40 years. Two pieces of curved glass held in place by metal elements at the base and the top: the secret of this simple structure lies in the use of special impact-resistant glass.
Technical data PDF

Technical data

PIRELLONE

Floor lamp with diffused/indirect and partially dimmable light with sliding switch. The dimmer allows to switch on/off the light sources inside the diffuser, and it provides dimming for the upper bulb.Frame made of nickel-plated metal. Diffuser made of curved pressed glass. Black power cable, dimmer and plug. Shuko plug, adapter not included. Bulb not included.

  • Product Name PIRELLONE
  • Material description glass, metal
  • Color description sku satin nickel/brushed white
  • Group tension Bulb
  • Energy Class A+ >> E
  • Light source LED 10x3,5W G9 (2700K, 10x350Lm) + HA 1x230W R7s/115 or HA 10x33W G9 (2700K, 10x460Lm) + HA 1x230W R7s/115
  • SKU F275930150KBNE
  • Made in Italy
  • Alimentation cable Black
  • Dimmer Dimmer included
  • Certifications CE.png CE.png EAC.png EAC.png IP20.png IP20.png
  • Installation instruction
  • Photometric curves
  • Model 2D
  • 3D
  • Energy label
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    Gio Ponti

    Right from the start, this eclectic character was active in the fields of architecture, painting, graphics and set design. He graduated from Milan Polytechnic in 1920 and was art director for Richard-Ginori from 1923 to 1930. In 1926, with editor Gianni Mazzocchi, he founded the magazine Domus, staying on as editor until his death. He was invited to take over the art direction of Luigi Fontana in 1931...

    PIRELLONE

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