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Table lamp providing direct light. Lamp body carved from a single block of Carrara marble


Upon request


  • Tobia Scarpa

    Tobia Scarpa, born in Venice in 1935, graduated in architecture and, with his wife Afra Bianchin (1937-2011), established a highly successful design studio. In 1970, he was honored with the Compasso d’Oro, sparking significant interest in his work. Notably, he designed the Coronado sofa (1966) for B&B Italia and a collection of furniture with precious materials for Maxalto. Scarpa contributed to the image of Benetton stores globally and engaged in architectural projects, including the Benetton production-management center and headquarters in Treviso. His portfolio extends to private residences, restoration projects for historical assets, and the curation of permanent and temporary exhibitions.

  • Tobia Scarpa
  • Flos

    The company was founded in 1962 by Dino and Cesare Cassina in Merano, Italy. The brand started out as a laboratory for designers and architects, seeking to innovate the lighting industry. In order to retain this philosophy, the company moved to Brescia, where the new headquarters were used as a think tank for new designs and ideas. In 1963, Sergio Gandini became managing director of the firm and would prove to be a crucial personality in FLOS’ history.
    It took no more than a few years for FLOS to position themselves as the most innovative and revolutionary Italian lighting brand and after numerous products became part of the Italian exhibition at Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1972, FLOS became internationally renowned.

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