Alberello floor lamp attributed to Stilnovo, 1960s
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Stilnovo was founded in Milan by Bruno Gatta in 1946. In December 1946 Stilnovo made its first appearance in Domus, where two table lamps and a brass tray were published. In 1949 Bruno Gatta's brother Paolo joined the company. Stilnovo reached the peak of its success at the turn of the 1950s and 1960s. During this period they collaborated with high-profile architects and designers on various projects, including Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Melchiorre Bega, Gae Aulenti, Joe Colombo and Ettore Sottsass. This floor lamp is one of Stilnovo's most iconic products. It is named 'Alberello' because its shape is reminiscent of a kind of tree, the branches of which are here coloured glass diffusers. The lamp has a round marble base and the 'trunk' consists of six metal and brass columns. In good condition, fully functional, completely original.
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