Paolo Rizzatto was born in 1941 in Milan. He took his degree in Architecture in I965 at the Milan Polytechnic. In his studio he works as a freelancer in the field of architecture, design and interior design and continues to develop his experience as interior lighting designer. His works have been published in magazines, catalogues and books in Italy and abroad. Projects by him presented at Seminars or Exhibitions of architecture and design, are included in the permanent collections of numerous Foundations and Museums: Architectural Associations in London, Milan Triennale, Wave Hill Museum Center in New York, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica in Milan, Camere con vista ad"Abitare il tempo"in Verona, "Creativitalia" in Tokio, "Halogen-20 jahre neues Licht" Durangewandte Kunst Museum in Cologne, "Capitales Europ?ennes du nouveau design" Centre Pompidou in Paris, " Tecniques Discretes" Mus?e des Arts Decoratifs at the Louvre in Paris, "Mutants Materials" at the Museum of Modern art in New York.A series of lights, slightly smaller than the Miranda Collection, made of aluminium and blown glass developed around the formal and functional definition of the lamp holder, the real technical and conceptual center of the project. Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser, connection - through the stem - to the supporting base and it houses the button to switch on or regulate the intensity of the light. The option of this model with a fixing pin instead of a base is available as well.
|Mirandolina Suspension Lamp||19.6 - 78" H x 8.2" W||2.95 lbs|
|Mirandolina Pendant Light||19.6 - 78" H x 8.2" W||2.95 lbs|
|Number of Lights:||1 Light|
|Product Category:||Pendant Lights|
Luceplan Mirandolina Pendant Light
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In 1978 Paolo Rizzato, Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi, who had been together at the Politecnico University in Milan, founded Luceplan, concentrating initially on the design and making of prestige interior lighting. Luceplan specialized in projects for particularly challenging and high quality situations and locations, including numerous historic buildings.
Luceplan continued to forge ahead by insisting on a clear idea of a business in which design is not "styling", that is to say not "added design", but rather the outcome of a continuous and coordinated exchange of different company functions. In the projects which Luceplan puts into production, there is a constant search for artistic simplicity as the solution to complexity.
Luceplan lighting immediately conveys a sense that they are the product of inspired, incessant research. Impervious to the dictates of fashion, these artistic strokes nevertheless reflect contemporary trends and elements. Luceplan is dedicated to promoting experimentation, innovation and technology, improved performance standards, inventiveness and beauty.