A Dania table light, a design by Dario Tognon in collaboration with Studio Celli for Artemide, Milan 1969. This great sculptural lamp is made of one piece in cast aluminum with a white lacquer finish. A high quality table lamp, a delicate design with fluent lines that reminds a bit of a floating sea creature. The Dania was introduced in 1969 and produced for only a few years. The lamp spreads a beautiful warm glow. In excellent condition. Measurements: 29 x 29 x 41 CM (D x W x H)
Dario Tognon Dania desk lamp for Artemide Italy 1969
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1960 – 1969
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