265 wall lamp by Paolo Rizzatto for Flos, 1973 | intOndo

265 wall lamp by Paolo Rizzatto for Flos, 1973

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Wall lamp 265 created by Paolo Rizzatto in 1973 for Arteluce, a patent later acquired by Flos, it is an ingenious wall lamp with an arm, tilting and swiveling, made of black painted steel. 265 is a wall lamp that doubles as a ceiling or pendant lamp, it is the ideal solution in all those situations where you want to illuminate a surface such as a dining table or sofa positioned near a wall but where a ceiling electrical connection is not available. In fact, this lamp is installed on the wall but connects to a normal electrical outlet via the cord equipped with a plug, so it can be installed in any wall in which there is an electrical outlet. The arm can swivel freely left and right and oscillate in the vertical plane, allowing the reflector to be raised and lowered. There is an adjustable counterweight to balance the structure and ensure that the diffuser maintains its position. The lamp, a stock item, is like new and with original packaging. Measurements in photo.

ID: 60840-1665142383-47347

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Black
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Metal

Material

Restored

Condition

Italian

Style

60-70

Time period

1

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Item sizes

200 cm

Height

16 cm

Width

85 cm

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