Luceplan is introducing new colours for Paolo Rizzatto’s iconic Costanza and Costanzina lights, originally designed in 1986.
Luceplan’s first big hit, Costanza is now an icon that has been produced in more than one million units. “It is the first lamp to apply innovative formal and technological solutions like the self-supporting polycarbonate shade and the sensory touch dimmer.” says Luceplan.
The first Costanza line featured a diffuser in seven colours to combine with a structure in brushed aluminium or black coated finish. The new colour scheme developed by Rizzatto with Studiopepe (Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto) is divided into two families of colors for the shade, each composed of five new tones, joined by the original white.
“The first range introduced is Radieuse: decisive, dynamic colors that add contemporary flair to the pure tones of the first Costanza models, the same ones seen in the architecture and painting of the modern masters.”
“A new, contrasting proposal is seen in the Mezzo Tono collection, a sort, painterly range of pastel shades that remind us of the paintings of Morandi, misty landscapes, soft skins. Light tones that stand out for their discretion, conveying a warm sense of welcome: Comfort Green, Edgy Pink, Mistic White, Soft Skin, Shaded Stone.”