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Fabric Lighting Tube

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Danese Milano

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SKU #: AMO1008
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Finish: Aluminum Tube

Size: 65" H x 15.7" W

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Danese Milano Fabric Lighting Tube


  • Elastic fabric diffuser
  • Falkland collection
  • Each size accommodates: Max 75W (E27) bulb

Product Details:

  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Light Direction: Down
  • Wattage per Bulb: 75 Watts (W)


65" H x 15.7" W Size

  • Fixture: 65" H x 15.7" W
  • Wire Length: 78.74"

Danese Milano Fabric Lighting Tube

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65" H x 15.7" W Size

  • Fixture: 65" H x 15.7" W
  • Wire Length: 78.74"


Shade Color: WhiteBulb Type: LED
Bulb Base Type: E-27/MediumLight Direction: Down
Wattage per Bulb: 75 Watts (W)Country of Manufacture: Italy

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Danese Milano Fabric Lighting Tube

When you buy a Danese Milano Fabric Lighting Tube online from AllModern, we make it as easy as possible for you to find out when your product will be delivered. You can check on a delivery estimate for the Danese Milano Part #: DM2040DI / DM2040CI / DM2040AI here. If you have any questions about your purchase or any other Pendant Lights product for sale our customer service representatives are available to help.Whether you just want to buy a Danese Milano Fabric Lighting Tube or shop for your entire home, AllModern has all of your design needs covered.

About the Designer

Bruno Munari

Bruno Munari Italy (1907 - )

Bruno Munari was born in Milan in 1907, he began artistic work at a very early age in the cultural area of Futurism: in 1927 he exhibited for the first time at collective exhibition "33 Futurist Painters" at the Galleria Pesaro in Milan. At the same time he pursued various activities - art-director, publicist, illustrator. In 1930 he produced the "Air Machine", from which came the "Useless Machines", anticipating his interest in the destruction of the traditional work of art. He progressively moved away from the influence of Futurism and more generally from the historic avant-garde which he took as a pretext to develop an extremely personal and singular style. After the war he began work designing products, lay-outs and above all toys for children, for which he is best known by the general public. All his work is characterized by a pedagogic finality which is explicit in his passionate interest in the development of childrens creativity through play but is also expressed in research intro the most diverse opportunities for wider and non-Θlitist communication: he writes for newspapers and weeklies, illustrates and produces many books.

About the Manufacturer

Danese was instrumental in the defining the DNA of Italian design. Since 1957, the year of its founding, Danese's evolution has been dynamic and strongly innovative, a perfect fusion of design culture, creative research and production technique within not only a conceptual framework but also a concretely productive one expressed through simple objects of great quality. Danese's production embraces a range of archetypal objects whose age and style are hard to define.

"When I make something for Danese I take the view that it has to outlive the current design trend...the idea being that something that is relevant today with be relevent in three hundred years' time" says Enzo Mari, who, with Bruni Munari, designs pieces for Danese that create a sphere in which the article's anrthopological function takes precedence over its intended use.

Since 2000, Carlotta de Bevilacqua, president of Danese, has reasserted the firm's strategic postioning, creating innovation in continuity through a careful study of new generations of product concepts and new technologies with a focus on environmental quality. An absolute union that is supported by innovative, worldwide communication and distribution strategies.

Sharing values is the base code for the formal, original designs that top international designers and architects produce for Danese, creating an experimental workshop where information and ideas help to open new deisgn horizons.
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Great product. Super beautiful and a real centerpiece. I love this lamp.

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Fabric Lighting Tube is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: DM2040A00I, DM2040AULI, DM2040C00I, DM2040CULI, DM2040D00I, DM2040DULI