Nice and old chandelier designed by famous designer Gino Sarfatti for Arteluce, Italy 1958. This chandelier is probably one of the most famous lamps designed by Gino Sarfatti, but this is the very first production still produced in the 1950s. This has the original old Arteluce sticker on the wall plate. The lamp is in chrome plated metal and has 30 lamps that give very nice and warm light like a real chandelier. Gino Sarfatti was the founder of Arteluce, before he was designer he was an engineer.
Sarfatti designed over 400 lighting products and made a significant contribution to innovating lighting design by experimenting with new materials, production methodologies and light sources. In 1951, he first began to work with plexi-glass. Gino Sarfatti was the first to design a lamp that uses halogen bulbs back in 1971. Sarfatti and Arteluce received several design awards including e.g. the prestigious Compasso d'Oro in 1954 and 1955, and the Honorary Diploma at the Milan Triennale. Arteluce was sold to Flos in 1973 and took over production of many lights.
|Materials:||Chrome plated metal|
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