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Riga Wall Lamp Mask

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FontanaArte Riga Wall Lamp Mask

Finally Riga went out! Since 1994 it has lived at perfect ease in any (not only domestic) environment, but there it is, ready for the outside world! It has grown up, and now brings a large dowry made up of light sources, such as 26 to 42 fluorescent compact lights or RGB Leds. Riga's kit consists of 2 brushed, nickel-plated and/or light grey painted stainless steel coats, but on special occasions it is possible to insert a single-emission mask. Thanks to its great autonomy and maturity, it can be positioned either vertical or horizontal.

Features:

  • Wall lamp mask
  • Insert a single-emission mask
  • Either vertical or horizontal
  • 26 to 42 fluorescent compact lights or RGB Leds
  • Finish in brushed nickel plated stainless steel (NS) or in iron, resistant to atmospheric agents, painted antireflex aluminum color (AA)
  • Riga collection

FontanaArte Riga Wall Lamp Mask

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Lighting Type: Wall LightingMaterial: Metal
Finish: SilverCountry of Manufacture: Italy
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About the Designer

Paolo Zani

Paolo Zani Italy (1960 - )

Born in Cesena, Italy in 1960. Presently lives and works in Milan. Graduated from the I.S.I.A. in Faenza (Institute for Arts and Industrial Design) in 1986. In 1987 graduated with the Masters Degree in Industrial Design from Domus Academy, Milan. As an independent designer he has designed ceramic tiles (Marazzi, Ascot, Gabbianelli), hi-fi accessories (Ross El.), porcelain tableware (Winterling and Bareuther, Cierre accessories), wall to wall carpets (Louis de Poortere), eyewear (Optyl Holding), chairs (V. Bonacina, Kristalia), cutlery (Lagostina, Sant'Andrea), home furniture (Schopenhauer), light fittings (Arbos, Lumen Center, Candle, Fontana Arte), kitchen accessories and tableware (Fissler, Cierre accessories), carpets (Moroso), mobile phones (Fujitsu). He also collaborated in developing office seating's (Artifort and Steelcase Strafor), light fittings (Lumiance), home appliances (San Giorgio), writing instruments, watches and leather accessories (Mont Blanc). In 1992, he established 'Warli', a collection of contemporary carpets and rugs manufactured in India. Both these collections are manufactured by local weavers, hand-knotted according to traditional techniques now distributed worldwide by "Moroso". He collaborated as Art Director and corporate graphic designer for 'Lumen Center' an Italian manufacturer of light fittings. With 'Alessi' he collaborated to the project and the book 'La Cintura di Orione'. Since 2001 he is art director and chief designer of "Cierre accessories", Italian manufacturer of kitchen accessories and tableware. Exhibitions and competitions 1984 Project of a table lamp mentioned at the 'Staff Preis Design' Competition, Design, Stuttgart, Germany. 1985. 1░ Prize 'Lady's headphones' Competition, Ross Electronics, England. 1985. '5 'o clock tea time'. Exhibition of designer's teapots. Lu Austoni Gallery, Milan. 1986. 1░ Mexidesign Contest. Louis de Poortere, Domus, Snia Fibre. Milan. 1986. 'Hallo Mr. Toby'. Exhibition of designer's jugs. Lu Austoni Gallery, Milan. 1988. 'Piatto Matto'. Exhibition of designer's ceramic plates. Lu Austoni Gallery, Milan. 1989. International Design Association. Axis Center, Tokyo. 1989. 1░ Prize for 'Interno e Intorno. Prospects of colour and decor in home environment' 1989 Competition. Louis de Poortere, Snia Fibre. Milan. 1990. 'Design Balneare 3'. Exhibition in Cattolica. 1991. United Distillers Design Competition. Accessories for 'Dimple Whisky', Milan-Hamburg. 1992. 'Warli', 9 carpets in a show. Exhibition at 'Shed', Milan. 1997. 1░ Biennale d'Arte Ceramica, Spezzano 2000. iMade. Material innovation in the Italian furniture industry. Milan"s Furniture Fair 2001. 3░ Prize Macef with "Fleurs" porcelain tableware for Cierre accessories 2002. 2░ Prize Macef with "Ellipse" wooden bowl for Cierre accessories Teaching experiences: 1989 Seminar on 'Italian Design from the '80' at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India. 1998 Visiting Professor at the 'Kent Institute of Art and Design' Rochester, England 2000 Visiting Professor at the 'National College of Arts and Design', Dublin, EIRE 2001 Visiting Professor at Kuopio Academy of Design, Finland Since 1995 he Tutor for the 'Industrial Design' course at 'I.S.I.A.' Faenza. Since 2001 he teaches "History of Design" at "Istituto Europeo di Design", Dept. Of Visual Communication, Milan.

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.
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OUR SKU # FON1114

Riga Wall Lamp Mask is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: A3930

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