Posts tagged as 'Pallucco'

"Bucky" pendant light with orange filters

‘Bucky’ is a lamp designed by Studio Lagranja for Pallucco, which was launched at the Salone del Mobile 2010 in Milan.

Bucky is inspired by the shape of a kite. Colourful reflections occur if the three rods, realised in 700-mm milk-white blown glass, are equipped with orange or purple glass filters.

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'Tabard' by Denis Santachiara

Known for his ironic and figurative works Denis Santachiara designed this illuminated coat hanger for the Italian manufacturer Pallucco. ‘Tabard’ consists of an elegant and rigid shell whose shape is reminiscent of one of the most representative garments of the late eighteenth century: the tabard, a long seamless overcoat which you wrapped around the body. Here it is the revolutionary illuminated coat hook that turns 120° and the roles have been inverted.

'Tabard' by Denis Santachiara

'Tabard' by Denis Santachiara

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'Crinolina' by Susanne Philippson for Pallucco

'Crinolina' by Susanne Philippson for Pallucco

The Berlin-based designer Susanne Philippson designed this interior lighting collection for Pallucco – it is the third series the Italian manufacturer and Philippson have launched together. The name of the collection ‘Crinolina’ evokes the shape of oldfashioned skirts. The defining feature of the lights is the diffuser with its arrangement of filled and empty sections.

'Crinolina' by Pallucco

'Crinolina' by Pallucco

The diffusers are in PVC painted gold on the inside, reflecting a warm light, and covered with cotton chintz on the outside, which comes in three different colours (anthracite grey, white and purple). The structure is in epoxy powder coated steel in the same colours as the diffusers.

'Crinolina' by Pallucco

'Crinolina' by Pallucco

'Crinolina' floor lamp

'Crinolina' floor lamp

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