LAMPADINA By Flos
LED direct light sandblasted glass table lamp
A table lamp conceived by Achille Castiglioni for the opening of the Flos showroom in Turin in 1972, Lampadina reflects its name in its genial terseness. A large bulb lamp, partially satin finished to limit its reverberation, housed on a bulb holder with built-in switch and supported on a reel-like aluminium base, useful for rolling up excess cable.
Table lamp providing direct, diffused light. Anodized aluminum base serves to contain excess power cord. Bakelite lamp-holder, painted to match the switch in the orange and black colors. Clear globe lamp is partially sandblasted to diffuse the light.