Designed by Alberto Rosselli, 1969
Alberto Rosselli was the son-in-law of Gio Ponti. With his work as an architect he has contributed to the realization of the magnificent Milanese palaces of the post-war period.
But he was also a designer and in 1969, the year of the moon landing, he created Siderea: a true icon of the Space Age.
Through a satin-finished mirror and a silver-tipped bulb, it manages to create an innovative effect for time: a flat, thin and luminous surface.
A true precursor.
Type: Table lamp
Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 30cm
Materials: Iron, Glass
Bulbs: 1xLED max 8W E27-220V / E14-110V with silver cap