Atelier 63 Floor Lamp. Mariano Fortuny loved to experiment with light, and was a famous inventor and stage lighting technician in his day. In fact his developments are still used in prestigious theatres around the world. Fortuny floor lamps are the result of that experimentation with indirect and diffused light. The Atelier 63 has a diffuser diameter of 41 cm. This lamp has an aluminium shade and steel structure, and has 360-degree swivel and tilt capacity. The lamp comes with a dimmer.
The 1907 Studio collection proposes the famous floor lamp designed by Mariano Fortuny in 1907 with new finishes. Considered today as a contemporary icon, it was conceived with the aim of revolutionizing theatrical lighting. Its adjustable lampshade provides indeed an indirect and diffused light that is perfect for the stage, while its base is inspired by camera tripods. The final result is a product characterized by a modern aesthetic, a statement piece that turns into the focus of any interior space and is selected by the best architects and designers from all around the world.
Venetia Studium has creatively embodied Fortuny’s affection in the multi-culture aspects. Enjoying the Venetia Studium’s lighting objects one can experience the fusion of culture sensitively carried by Fortuny, there are Spanish, Persian, Islamic, classical Greek, Renaissance and the great Venetian Art of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Among all, the strongest influences from the western culture are Spanish, as Mariano Fortuny was born in Granada, the ancient Moorish Capital of Spain; and Italian, as he resided in Venice since 1889 until his Fortuny’s blood as a Spanish origin. While Arabic was the strongest non-Western culture to him.
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