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Fortuny Pallucco, contemporary icon and timeless design

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Fortuny Pallucco, contemporary icon and timeless design it has been modified: 2013-08-23 di ARClickDesign.com

The Fortuny lamp Pallucco It is seen by some as a lamp from photo studio, collector's item or true work of art by others. Inspired by the testing of a new system of indirect lighting for the stage in 1907, Fortuny Palucco is considered an icon of contemporary and timeless design.

In 1907 Mariano Fortuny creates in his Venetian workshop this lamp with a concave reflector that will revolutionize the lighting. The reflective surface gives an extraordinarily uniform light. To suggest the base was the camera tripod with adjustable central leg. For the lampshade Fortuny inverted the typical epoch making lampshades tippers.

Fortuny Pallucco is a timeless object. The purity of the lines and understated elegance give it a very modern style. This lamp to swivel and adjustable stem in height has a profiled steel frame (coordinated with the speaker color: black, white or beige). The diffuser in cotton canvas is available in different versions: plain fabric black or beige, floral-print fabric. On the occasion of its centenary, Pallucco Fortuny is also proposed in completely new white / gray version.

Pallucco It proposes the Fortuny lamp in the original Black and variants Fashion (Titanium and Beige), Black Ornaments (in white cotton printed on black) Ornaments Titanium (in white on beige) and Blanca (white cotton). The interior of the lamp for these versions is white. Rubelli (golden flax and silk pleated) and 805 Giudecca with original fabrics company Fortuny floor lamp. Structure in a C, and drawn steel flat steel tube. Epoxy powder coating in black, white or titanium. The Pallucco Fortuny lamp is adjustable in height. incandescent bulb 500W, 8400 IM luminous flux, or bulb 300W, 4600 IM luminous flux, lasting bulbs 1000 hours. Attack E40, 230 / 110V. Keep reading, click here.

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