A classic and iconic design lighting is born: Uovo
Nature’s most familiar shape, one that has always symbolized the perfect harmony of symmetry and asymmetry. The Uovo lamp is an homage to the egg, based on a sketch found in the company’s archives in 1972. In the sketch, the shell contains a light source: a tongue-in-cheek idea that was an immediate hit and became one of the collection’s best sellers. Like a real egg, the Uovo lamp shell is a weightless paradigm in refined frosted white blown glass that emits a steady, welcoming light. The table lamp features a diffuser, held in place by a fine, painted metal frame with the distinctive pinpricks around the edge. Three different sizes for a collection whose middle name is versatility, from the smallest version − a minute service lamp − to the largest, an outright sculpture of light that will reign supreme in any room.