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Parentesi by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzu - Black

$545
FLOS

Parentesi by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzu - Black

FLOH002003045

$545
Description
Named for the Italian word for brackets (or parentheses), the multifunctional Parentesi was designed in 1970 by Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) and Pio Manzù (1939-1969) for Flos. This lamp moves vertically by sliding along a shaped steel tube on a ceiling-to-floor cable that drops from a small ceiling mount to the floor. The fixture head, made of injection-molded black elastomer, houses a switch.
Detail
Color
Black
Material
Steel, plastic, elastomer
Origin
Made in Italy
Dimensions
157.5 inches (tall) x 4.3 inches (wide)
Notes
This lamp uses one 120 watt BR-40 medium reflector flood incandescent bulb (not included).
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FLOH002003045

* This item requires special delivery.

Named for the Italian word for brackets (or parentheses), the multifunctional Parentesi was designed in 1970 by Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) and Pio Manzù (1939-1969) for Flos. This lamp moves vertically by sliding along a shaped steel tube on a ceiling-to-floor cable that drops from a small ceiling mount to the floor. The fixture head, made of injection-molded black elastomer, houses a switch. Named for the Italian word for brackets (or parentheses), the multifunctional Parentesi was designed in 1970 by Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) and Pio Manzù (1939-1969) for Flos. This lamp moves vertically by sliding along a shaped steel tube on a ceiling-to-floor cable that drops from a small ceiling mount to the floor. The fixture head, made of injection-molded black elastomer, houses a switch. Named for the Italian word for brackets (or parentheses), the multifunctional Parentesi was designed in 1970 by Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) and Pio Manzù (1939-1969) for Flos. This lamp moves vertically by sliding along a shaped steel tube on a ceiling-to-floor cable that drops from a small ceiling mount to the floor. The fixture head, made of injection-molded black elastomer, houses a switch. Named for the Italian word for brackets (or parentheses), the multifunctional Parentesi was designed in 1970 by Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) and Pio Manzù (1939-1969) for Flos. This lamp moves vertically by sliding along a shaped steel tube on a ceiling-to-floor cable that drops from a small ceiling mount to the floor. The fixture head, made of injection-molded black elastomer, houses a switch. Named for the Italian word for brackets (or parentheses), the multifunctional Parentesi was designed in 1970 by Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) and Pio Manzù (1939-1969) for Flos. This lamp moves vertically by sliding along a shaped steel tube on a ceiling-to-floor cable that drops from a small ceiling mount to the floor. The fixture head, made of injection-molded black elastomer, houses a switch.