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Floor Lamp "Helga"
Manufactured by Fumagalli
Italy, 1960s
Lacquered Wood

Measurements
39 x 39 x 174h cm
15,4 x 15,4 x 68,5h in

Literature
Mario Pisani, Paolo Portoghesi, Milan, 1992, p. 85 for a similar stool example
Petra Bernitsa and Maria Ercadi, eds., Paolo Portoghesi, Milan, 2006, p. 79 for a similar stool example

Provenance
Casa Corrias, Campagnano, Italy

Biography
Paolo Portoghesi (Rome, November 2, 1931 - Calcata, May 30, 2023) was a distinguished Italian architect whose impact on the architectural landscape is profound. Recognized for numerous significant works in Italy, his portfolio encompasses the iconic design of the Mosque of Rome and the meticulous restoration of the historic village of Treja in Pisa. Portoghesi's contributions extend beyond architecture; he delved into the study and collaboration for the Graphic History of the field and also served as an insightful art critic. His multifaceted involvement in the artistic and architectural realms exemplifies the depth of his influence.

The passing of Paolo Portoghesi on May 30, 2023, marked the conclusion of an era in Italian architecture. However, his enduring legacy of innovation and commitment to cultural preservation continues to inspire and shape the artistic discourse.

Silvio Bilangione, an accomplished Italian artist, is celebrated for his remarkable body of work, notably the creation of the exquisite 'Helga' floor lamp for Fumagalli. His artistic endeavors have captured the attention and admiration of the creative community, establishing him as a distinguished figure in the art world.




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