• Fato table lamp, 1969, Gio ponti, Artemide
  • Fato table lamp, 1969, Gio ponti, Artemide
  • Fato table lamp, 1969, Gio ponti, Artemide
  • Fato table lamp, 1969, Gio ponti, Artemide

Fato table lamp, 1969

Designed by Gio Ponti in 1969, the Fato table lamp utilises geometrical metal screens to create areas of light and dark, screen and void. Enclosed in a square frame, the Fato is a lighting sculpture that is heavily influenced by 1960s design.

The Fato can also be used as a wall light and works equally well as a display piece or practical light.

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Designed by Gio Ponti in 1969, the Fato table lamp utilises geometrical metal screens to create areas of light and dark, screen and void. Enclosed in a square frame, the Fato is a lighting sculpture that is heavily influenced by 1960s design.

The Fato can also be used as a wall light and works equally well as a display piece or practical light.

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35w x 10d x 35cmh

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Structure in enamelled, folded and welded metal plate.

Available in white or gold finish.

Bulb (not included):
2 x E14 30W halogen or 4W LED

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Founded in the 1960s, Artemide is one of the most known illumination brands in the world.

Founded in the 1960s, Artemide is one of the most known illumination brands in the world.

Known for its 'The Human Light' philosophy, promoted by Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Artemide has changed the way to conceive and develop its products. The guiding idea was to start from people’s needs in terms of light, and understanding first and foremost how to respond to individual needs in the different spaces and stages of life.

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