The Asola table lamp is a glimpse of
the Seventies and Eighties, as much
in terms of the material used -
perforated steel - and its white colour
as its stylised mushroom-like shape.
The latter evokes the emblematic
lights of the period such as Giancarlo
Mattioli’s Nesso light (1967) or Mario
Botta’s Shogun (1986), which was
designed for Artemide.
Table lamp with stem and shade
constructed from two white lacquered
perforated steel cylinders. The upper
section of the cylinder-stem has an
anti-glare dome in repoussé steel.
Epoxy white lacquer finish. White
electric cable. Manual switch.
Equipped with 1 x 57 W E 27
standard eco halogen bulb (Classic