Veronese

Veronese

Design Umberto Riva

A crystal vase crossed by a beam of light, in the famous painting by Paolo Veronese depicting the Annunciation. This is the image behind the pure lines of an object of consummate elegance, reinterpreted in modern terms. With its diffused, enveloping light the lamp fits perfectly into classic and modern decors, bringing them unique, exclusive character.

Colors and finishings

Venetian Crystal

  • AA

    Amber

  • CC

    Crystal

  • VV

    Light green

Finishing

  • CN

    Dark Chrome

Spec sheet

6536

6536

  • Collection
    Veronese
  • Typology
    Table lamps
  • Height

    51 cm
    20 inc

  • Diameter

    38 cm
    15 inc

  • Weight

    9 kg
    20 lbs

  • Switchings
    1
  • Bulbs

    1 x 35W GU10 - dimmable - included
    1 x 35W GU10 - dimmable - included

  • Certifications
    UL - EAC - cULus
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  • Brochure

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  • Installation instructions

    408.51 KB - zip
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Umberto Riva

Born in Milan in 1928, he graduated university in ‘59 and began his professional career in ’60. He has worked on every scale, from urban spaces to buildings, from landscape architecture to interiors, from installations to product design. In 1998 he was named a fellow of the Accademia di San Luca, and in 2003 he won the gold medal for architecture from the Triennale di Milano.

Umberto Riva portrait

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