The Cindy Lamp, designed by Bonaguro Giorgio, Has an easy fit and iconic, commemorates the typical lampshade.
Differs from the great Classic which inspires primarily for the use of a single material for the entire lamp: body and cap are both made in
This lamp is constituted between the other only by these two parts: the body, which includes, in a single glass element, the base, the neck, and the housing for the bulb (only part to be frosted to avoid ' glare); and hat removable to facilitate assembly and cleaning. The elements are not connected by screws or joints; the bulb and the colored wire are inside the body (the bulb can be easily removed from the opening at the top); the wire comes out of a little "arm" attached to the body, as if to "help find the switch" to turn it on.
Images: Sergio Bianco