Pair of Wall Lamps 12643
Manufactured by Arredoluce
Painted metal, brass and perspex.
45 x 14 x 28h cm
17,7 x 5,5 x 11h cm
Pansera A., Padoan A., Palmaghini A, ARREDOLUCE Catalogo ragionato (1943-1987), Silvana Editoriale, Milan, (p. 185), 2018.
Angelo Lelii (b. 1915 Ancona, d. 1979 Milan) was a 20th century Italian designer and founder of the furniture and lighting company Arredoluce, established in Monza in 1947, together with his wife Rosa Bianca Bussetti.
During the 1950s the company began to collaborate with designers and architects such as Nanda Vigo, Ettore Sottsass, Gio Ponti, Achille Castiglioni and Franco Albini, among others. All the creations will stand out for their simple and clear shapes, for the refinement of the design down to the smallest gesture and maximum functionality.
Angelo Lelli's most outstanding designs will be the Triennale floor lamp model 12128 (1947) and the Cobra table lamp (1964), as well as the beauty of the design due to its technological innovation.