Very stylish and eye-catching floor lamp from the 1970s, it reminds us of the style of the Italian designer Goffredo Reggiani. The three legs ensure that the base is lifted a few centimeters off the floor. Aesthetically pleasing but also very practical in the sense that the electric wire runs smoothly under it. A decorative element in the form of subtle teak slats has been applied to each of these legs.
If we move our gaze upwards, we arrive at the beautiful wooden panel that is framed with brass trim. We can best describe this form as a boat -or surfboard shaped. Two brass cover caps are neatly placed where the panel is mounted. The three openings through which the bulbs, as it were, protrude, are also finished with brass trim. The light sources are attached to the rod and they also have a brass fixture. The spheres are made of frosted glass and are not too large so that the pleasant proportions remain intact.
A remarkable observation is that when the lamp is viewed from the side, you can see a true dynamic of light that shines unfiltered into the room at the front but produces a kind of glow at the back. Front, back, light, dark. Playful contrasts all come together in this beautiful lamp.
The condition is very good and has only minor traces of use given its age.