Witch pendant lamp of blown glass

Designer:
Marco Piva

Available in the following colours: transparent black, mirrored crystal, white or grey. Structure of black painted metal on black glass and chrome plated metal on the mirrored, white and grey diffuser versions. White painted metal canopy.

Dim. cm. 44 x H 25.

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Born from the creativity of the designer Marco Piva, Witch exhibits a clean and simple styling enhanced by the transparency of the material in a form that reveals the form.
Unique, its external shape reminiscent of a witch hat in the most frequent fantastic representations when the lamp is off.
Switched on, it reveals a further sinuous form inside, which almost magically shines through the blown glass.
The pendant lamp Witch was awarded the Good Design Award 2011, the prestigious international award dedicated to excellence in design.
Its dimensions are: diameter cm. 44, height of the glass diffuser cm 25.
Diffuser is available in two finishes: transparent black, with black structure, or mirrored glass with chrome structure. Witch is also available in white and gray diffuser, always with chrome structure.
Ceiling metal canopy is white.
Supported bulb is halogen, E27 type, 205W max.
Something so prestigious, elegant, by strong and recognizable aesthetic, becomes the protagonist in any environment, at home, office or public places.

Code

Witch

Width (cm)

44

Height (cm)

25

Volume (m³)

0,016

Peso(gr)

8,4 kg

Weight (kg)

8.40

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Marco Piva

Marco Piva, graduated at the Polytechnic of Milan and founded the Studiodada Associates, one of the best known design studios of the Radical period. Since 1976 Marco Piva has been working in Italy as well as abroad on architecture, interior and industrial design projects.
Since 1999 he has been coordinating Master Degrees at the Polytechnic of Milan, at the Design Polytechnic School (Scuola Politecnica di Design) – where he is coordinator of the Architecture and Interior Design Area – and at the European Institute of Design in Milan.
In 2001 Marco Piva establishes “Atelier Design”, a design cell inside the structure of his own practice, where research and development are the fundamental keys of design.
Marco Piva Atelier Design designs for; A Project, Arflex, Cabas, Confalonieri, Ege, Estro, Frati, Gaggiolini, Gervasoni, Kvadrat, iGuzzini Illuminazione, Inox, Lapis, Leucos, Luminara, Marioni, Moroso, Nito, Novello, Oikos, Omnitex, Pierantonio Bonacina, Poliform, Potocco, Rapsel, Serralunga, Sicis, Sirrah, Stella Rubinetterie, Tisettanta, Up Group, Zonca.