Aggregato Tavolo table lamp by Enzo Mari for Artemide, 70s | intOndo

Aggregato Tavolo table lamp by Enzo Mari for Artemide, 70s

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Item description

Aggregato is a real lighting system that foresees a set of basic elements (eleven components) by assembling them it is possible to realize 72 models of lamps according to different typologies and needs. It was designed by Enzo Mari and Giancarlo Fassina in 1974 for Artemide. Enzo Mari recalls: "I start from a utopia. That the company (Artemide) would produce some separate components that could be bought by the public, who could solve their own specific lighting needs, from the ceiling to the table and so on. Ernesto Gismondi (patron of Artemide), who knows the market well, disagrees, saying that it is impossible to sell something like that. However, he took up the idea and Artemide put the eleven basic elements (lamps, rods, joints, light bulbs, etc.) into production, combining them into seventy-two pre-assembled models. This table or desk model has a structure in painted metal and aluminium, a conical diffuser in white methacrylate. Thanks to the two double ball joints it can be oriented in any position."

ID: 7779-1627136801-21803

Item details

White
Grey

Color

Metal
Plastic

Material

Very good

Condition

Italian

Style

60-70

Time period

Item sizes

65 cm

Height

80 cm

Width

38 cm

Depth


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