Cubism, Street Art and Pop Art for Cuboluce

A re-edition designed by Romero Britto of the Cini & Nils iconic lamp

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Cubism, Street Art and Pop Art for Cuboluce
31/10/2019 - Imaginative textures designed by Romero Britto now adorn the Cuboluce by Cini&Nils, the iconic lamp designed in 1972 by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi, generating a creative, colourful special edition.
 
Four themes, where elements of cubism, street art and pop art are combined, create a collection of four products to date: Cuboluce Britto people, Cuboluce Britto graphic, Cuboluce Britto black and Cuboluce Britto white.
 
Cuboluce Britto people is characterized by its four sides and cover adorned by five different playful patterns, expression of warmth and love, Cuboluce Britto graphic uses abstract compositions and vibrant colours, expression of joy and optimism, while the two monochromatic textures white and black add value to the interior and can also cohabit elegantly in combination with each other.
 
Cini&Nils on ARCHIPRODUCTSCuboluce Britto_people

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Cuboluce Britto_graphic

Cuboluce Britto_graphic

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Cuboluce Britto_black

CuboluceBritto_white

CuboluceBritto_white

Cuboluce Britto_people

Cuboluce Britto_people

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CuboluceBritto_white

Cuboluce Britto_black

Cuboluce Britto_black

Cuboluce Britto_graphic

Cuboluce Britto_graphic

Cuboluce Britto_people

Cuboluce Britto_people

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