Flute 3 Pendant Lamp
- Polished, chrome-plated aluminum reflector
- Diffuser in borosilicate glass
- Flute collection
- Accommodates: 3 x 60W G161/2
- UL approved
FontanaArte Flute 3 Pendant Lamp
Weights & Dimensions
- Overall Height (Hanging): 70.8"
|Fixture Type: Kitchen island pendant||Shade Material: Glass|
|Shade Color: Silver||Finish: Chrome|
- Material Details: Aluminum
|Bulb Type: Incandescent|
|Bulb Base Type: G16 1/2||Number of Lights: 3|
|Number of Tiers: 1||Wattage per Bulb: 60 Watts (W)|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|| |
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About the Designer
Franco Raggi Italy (1945 - )
Franco Raggi was born in Milan in 1945, where he graduated with a degree in architecture in 1969. From 1971 until 1976, he was the editor of the magazine Casbella, and from 1977 until 1980 he was editor-in-chief of the design magazine Modo, which he directed until 1983. In 1973 Franco Raggi and Aldo Rossi organized the International Architecture Department of the Milan Triennial. Again in 1973 he organized the first critical exhibition on the Italian Radical Design for the IDZ (Internationale Design Zentrum) of Berlin.
Franco Raggi designed structures, settings, exhibitions, books, magazines, stage designs, habitats and objects; the latest for various companies including Fontana Arte, Cappellini, Poltronova, Luceplan, Tendentse, Roset Francia and Barovier.
About the Manufacturer
Architect Gio Ponti founded FontanaArte in 1932 as an artistic division in the company Luigi Fontana, historically, the company leader in advanced glass manufacturing and design.
The designs were first distinguished by their realization of the artistic stained-glass windows, many of which are today still functional elements and ornamental in churches and cathedrals, among the Duomo of Milan and the cathedral of Brasilia. By using glass, architect Ponti realized what an enormous potential this material could offer in the making of furnishing complements for interiors.
Urged by this intuition he started to design and produce furniture, lamps, and objects with glass as the main distinguishing feature. In a short time a new collection was ready to be marketed, and his new design concept was being used as a complement to the interior decoration of many houses that he personally designed.
FontanaArte is certified as per regulation ISO 9001:2000. All designs, developing, production and sale of lighting appliances, furnishing accessories, and merchandising observe the regulation UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 for the best quality and to achieve first class customer satisfaction.
FontanaArte's fame, linked to glass and design, continues to grow thanks to the interpretations of Gio Ponti and the insightful collaboration of Pietro Chiesa.