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Gio Ponti, 1932

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Nothing more than a sphere, set in an apparently impossible feat of balance, upon a cone that serves as the base. One of Gio Ponti’s many compositional magic tricks, designed in 1932. The counterbalancing of two elementary geometric forms results in an original, perfectly proportioned object. An unpretentious composition, enriched by the extraordinary balance of its proportions and the stylish discretion of non-reflective materials.The light is diffused and valorized by the geometrical simplicity of the design. In designing Bilia, Gio Ponti imagined a smaller version in a range of “spray colours”. From those handwritten notes of the original project, FontanaArte presents Bilia Mini in new breathtaking chromatic variations.
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Table lamp with diffused light not dimmable. Painted metal frame. Diffuser made of white blown glass with satin-finish. Transparent power cable, plug and switch. European two-pole plug. Bulb not included.

  • Product Name BILIA MINI
  • Material description vetro, metallo
  • Color description sku bianco
  • Group tension Lampadina
  • Energy Class A++ >> E
  • Recommended source LED 1x6W G9 (2700K, 470Lm)
  • SKU F247400150BINE
  • Made in Italy
  • Alimentation cable Trasparente
  • Dimmer Non dimmerabile
  • Certifications CE.png CE.png EAC.png EAC.png IP20.png IP20.png classe-II.png classe-II.png
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    Gio Ponti

    Personalità eclettica, fin dagli esordi è attivo nel campo dell’architettura, della pittura, della grafica e della scenografia. Si laurea in architettura al Politecnico di Milano nel 1920. Dal 1923 al 1930 è direttore artistico della Richard-Ginori. Nel 1926 fonda - con l’Editore Gianni Mazzocchi - la rivista Domus, che dirigerà fino alla morte. Nel 1931 viene chiamato alla direzione artistica...


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