This floor lamp is a rare edition of the Sintesi series designed by Ernesto Gismondi for Artemide in 1973. It has a white shade with an aluminium hood and a chrome tripod telescopic base. The base is adjustable in height. This folding lamp is a nice example of nomadic design, you can fold it and take it everywhere. It is in very good original condition. All our lamps are professionally cleaned and checked, so ready for use. Height: 150 cm Width: 50 cm Depth: 50 cm
‘Nomadic’ Sintesi Floor Lamp by Ernesto Gismondi for Artemide
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Reference number: #21459
1970 – 1979
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