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Dracena-P60 Murano glass wall lamp

Designer:
Diego Chilò

Large wall lamp with leaves of hand-stretched glass.

Chromed métal  frame.
Dim. cm.L  60 x P 30 x H 56.

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Dracena is a large wall lamp (60x30xh56 cm), designed by Diego Chilò, that will fill your home with light and colour, giving each room a distinguish atmosphere.
It’s made of glass sheets hand pressed like petals that surround a structure in chromed metal.
Amber, white and red are the different colors among you can choose to transform light into a piece of furniture. It’s the result of the meeting between italian craftmanship and artistic Murano tradition.
Precious and elegant, it will give a touch of luxury and originality to your interiors.

Code

Dracena-P60

Width (cm)

60

Height (cm)

56

Depth (cm)

30

Volume (m³)

0.209

Peso(gr)

12.90 kg

Weight (kg)

10,55

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Diego Chilò

Since 1984 Chile Diego architect and designer began to pursue the professional field of architecture and industrial design drawing and working for national and international companies, such as Andromeda, Arcom, Arflex, Altek, Cattelan Italia, Mareco Luce, Disegnoluce, Malobbia International, Ono luce , Prandina, Sirrah, Studio Line.
In 1985 he began a course of study with Fiorenzo Valbonesi both in the construction and in design field.
Since 1997 he began a close collaboration with Tobia Scarpa in the field of architecture and later also in industrial design.
Since 2006 he collaborates with the Industrial Design college in Florence.
In 2006 he was reported by the jury of the "Premio Internazionale Daedalus Minosse of architecture."
In 2007 in Milan is reported the design of his lamp during "Innovatoin and Design Award 2007".
In 2013 he wins the "Good Design Award Lighting" at the Chicago Athenaeum with its lamp "Acqualuce".