VALENTI LUCE LIGHTS
Valenti Luce created 'Pistillo' in 1969, with the light taking its form and name from the cluster of pistils at the heart of a flower. Through the guidance of Renzo Pighi and his brother Diego, Luce created a number of design successes including the Medusa, Pistillo and Hebi lamps. Contact with important designers of the period and with experimental processes, ensured Luce became a leading Italian lighting star of the 1960s. He became a reference for the new generation of designers. 'Pistillo' focuses on the life of a flower, in with each stem carries the pollen that will be spread by insect or the wind. Within the design structure the stems and their spherical tips are chromed and the reflective surfaces help to multiply and spread the light emitted by the one small bulb at the centre of the light. Pistillo borrowed both conceptually and formally from nature to create this unique, innovative lighting structure. Iconic Lights has kept as close to the original design as possible concerning dimensions, material and structure. For inspiration on ways to use these lights and style inspiration please visit our Pinterest Board
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