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Rare pair of pendant lamps by Fabio Lenci, 1970’s Italy

Rare pair of pendant lamps by Fabio Lenci, 1970’s Italy

12,500.00 ₪Price

An Italian-made Space Age Pendant from the 1960s to 1970s features a Murano glass sphere transitioning from teal to transparent. It is elegantly held and supported by a chrome metal tube, reminiscent of a Cobra snake's grip.

Born in Rome in 1935 into an industrial family, Fabio Lenci began his design career in 1962 and quickly gained recognition by winning the Trieste design prize in 1965. By the late 1960s, he had partnered with Guzzini, creating over 400 pieces, including innovative designs like the Focus lamp in 1969. Known for his minimal and conceptual shapes using materials such as brass, Plexiglas, and leather, Lenci worked for leading brands like Poltrona Frau and Knoll International before founding Lenci Design Studio in 1972. His work for companies like Artemide, Olivetti, and Siemens has been exhibited globally, including at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Lenci, a key figure in Italian design, received the Compasso d'Oro prize for lifetime achievement in 2002 and again in 2016, honoring over fifty years of his influential career.

  • PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

    D26 H90

  • PRODUCT INFO

    Fabio Lenci, an influential Italian designer born in 1935, is celebrated for his innovative furniture designs. His work blends functionality with artistic expression, using unconventional materials and techniques. Collaborating with top Italian brands, Lenci's creations continue to inspire designers worldwide.

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