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Table Lamp DARUMA Small by Sergio Asti for FontanaArte

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Pretty little table lamp DARUMA Small was designed by Sergio Asti and was manufactured in Italy for FontanaArte.


On show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Daruma was produced in 1968. This little table lamp is a simple spherical vase topped with a little lid.


Diffused and non-dimmable light. Diffuser in glossy white blown glass. Black power cable, plug and switch. European two-pin plug. Bulb not included.


Daruma is available in three sizes.


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Product Details

Colour: White

Material: Glass

Dimensions (cm): H 17 x Ø 16

Dimensions (in): H 6.7 x Ø 6.3

Weight: 1kg

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Sergio Asti

After graduating in architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, Sergio Asti opened his studio in 1953, qualifying as one of the first Italian industrial designers and one of the founding members of ADI (Association for Industrial Design). Many of the objects he designed are now part of the collections of prestigious Design Museums around the world. For FontanaArte he designed Daruma, a blown glass table lamp, in the catalogue since 1968. From the very beginning he has also been very active in the design of public and private buildings, interiors and fittings, including: the Fiat showroom (Milan, 1964), the FISI Presidency Offices (Milan, 1976), the fittings for numerous temporary exhibitions at the Triennale, La Rinascente and Eurodomus. He taught at the Istituto Superiore d'Arte in Venice and at the Istituto Sperimentale Superiore in Shizuoka, Japan.