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This piece is part of the AAVVGG Archive and not currently part of the collection.

Esteemed for his researched and controlled approach to materials, Italian architect, sculptor and designer Angelo Mangiarotti created the almost gravity-defying Aida lamp with its visual disconnect between the base and shade and a pleasing ambient light. Referencing principles of his hailed architecture, where slim, elegant pillars support large and heavy ceilings in an almost impossible lift, Mangiarotti conceived Aida’s beautifully poised silhouette.

  • Angelo Mangiarotti, c.1988
  • Shade in opalescent acrylic glass, base in black aluminium and steel
  • Height 61cm / 24"
  • Width 40cm / 15.7"
  • Shade Diameter 41cm / 16.1"
  • 2.5m black rubber cord with dimmer
  • 6.1W, 757 lm, 3,000K Integrated LED
  • UP PLug
  • Certifications: UL/ETL

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