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  • Cloche pendant light, 2009, Fontanaarte
  • Cloche pendant light, 2009, Fontanaarte
  • Cloche pendant light, 2009, Fontanaarte
  • Cloche pendant light, 2009, Fontanaarte
  • Cloche pendant light, 2009, Fontanaarte
  • Cloche pendant light, 2009, Fontanaarte

Cloche pendant light, 2009

Cloche pendant light by Historical Archives for FontanaArte.

Cloche is the makeover of Pudding, the hanging lamp from the FontanaArte Historical Archive, designed in 1995. Cloche comes in a plastic polymer in a range of matt contemporary colours; light grey, dark grey, yellow mustard and translucent white. 

The light creates a magical effect that enhances the design of the diffusor. The inside of the lid is matt white to optimize the light emission. Iconic and colourful, the Cloche is the ideal lamp for homes, businesses, hotels, restaurants or bars, as well as for workplaces and retail spaces. 

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Cloche pendant light by Historical Archives for FontanaArte.

Cloche is the makeover of Pudding, the hanging lamp from the FontanaArte Historical Archive, designed in 1995. Cloche comes in a plastic polymer in a range of matt contemporary colours; light grey, dark grey, yellow mustard and translucent white. 

The light creates a magical effect that enhances the design of the diffusor. The inside of the lid is matt white to optimize the light emission. Iconic and colourful, the Cloche is the ideal lamp for homes, businesses, hotels, restaurants or bars, as well as for workplaces and retail spaces. 

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45dia x 27.2cmh 
250cm drop

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Diffuser made of painted plastic polymer. Black power cable. Ceiling rose made of black painted polycarbonate.

Bulb (not included):
1x40W (FL/LED) E27

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Founded in 1932 by Luigi Fontana, owner of an important glass manufacturing company, and Gio’ Ponti, FontanaArte immediately set out upon a well-defined path of research.

Founded in 1932 by Luigi Fontana, owner of an important glass manufacturing company, and Gio’ Ponti, FontanaArte immediately set out upon a well-defined path of research.

The company used new languages to express the potential of a material like glass, whose identity had been completely transformed thanks to the technical possibilities offered by modern industry. 

Together, Gio' Ponti and Pietro Chiesa rapidly turned FontanaArte into one of the most important players in the elaboration of early modernity for Italian home furnishing accessories.

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