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Product name: Dalia Wall Lamp by Gino Marotta for Design Centre, 1960s
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Dalia wall or ceiling lamp designed by Gino Marotta for Design Centre and manufactured by Francesconi. It is the interpretation of the dahlia flower. Executed in opalescent methacrylate and white-painted metal, the lamp radiates diffused light.
It was shown at exhibitions: ‘Eurodomus 2’, Turin, 1968, ‘Italy, The New Domestic Landscape’, MoMA, New York, N.Y., 1972.
Literature: ‘Luce Lampade 1968-1973: il nuovo design italiano’, Fulvio Ferrari, Napoleone Ferrari, Allemandi, Torino, 2002, p.131.
Label with “Design Centre – Made in Italy” on the side (see picture).
Model / Name:
Methacrylate, white-painted metal
10 cm / 4 inch
55 cm / 22 inch
2.9 kg / 7 lb
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Materials:Methacrylate, white-painted metal
Depth:10 cm / 4 inch
Diameter:55 cm / 22 inch