Table lamp by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce, 1950s. Brass structure and red-painted aluminum lampshade. Bibliography: Domus n. 288, November 1953, p. 35. C. & P. Fiell, 1000 lights. 1878 to 1959, Taschren, Koln, 2005, p. 489. A. Pansera, A. Padoan, A. Palmaghini, Arredoluce. Catalogo ragionato 1943-1987, Silvana Editoriale, Cinisello Balsamo, 2018, p. 281. Angelo Lelli was born in 1915 in Ancona but soon moved with his family to Milan and some time later to Monza with his wife; in 1943 he began making lamps in his home. In 1947 he founded Arredoluce in Monza, a leading furniture and lighting manufacturer. That same year, at the 8th Milan Triennale, he exhibited the 12128 lamp, which became known as the Triennale floor lamp. He became an influential designer in postwar Italy, particularly in the field of modern lighting. In the 1950s Arredoluce began collaborating with designers such as Franco Albini, Achille Castiglioni, Gio Ponti, Ettore Sottsass, and Nanda Vigo and also began experimenting with halogen bulbs for his designs. Angelo Lelli's lamps and objects are distinguished by their extremely simple and functional design.
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