Asola is a glimpse of the Seventies and Eighties, as much in terms of the material used - perforated steel - and its white color as its stylised mushroom-like shape. The latter evokes the emblematic lights of the period such as Giancarlo Mattioli's Nesso light (1967) or Mario Botta's Shogun (1986), which was designed for Artemide. - Table lamp with stem and shade constructed from two white lacquered perforated steel cylinders. The upper section of the cylinder-stem has an anti-glare dome in repoussé steel. Epoxy white lacquer finish. White electric cable. Manual switch. Requires 1 x 57W - E26 standard eco halogen bulb (Classic A), not supplied. - Floor lamp with stem and shade (Ø 23 1/2'' / 60 cm - H 11 3/4'' / 30 cm) made of two perforated steel cylinders. The upper section of the cylinder-stem has an anti-glare dome in steel. Epoxy white lacquer finish. White PVC cable and white foot-operated dimmer switch. Requires 1 x 115 W E 26 Eco halogen standard (classic A) bulb, not supplied. 2,135 Lumens, (not supplied).
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