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Sandro Bagnoli Floor Lamp De Luz in Wood Ultramobile Collection by Gavina 1970s

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Rare floor lamp model De Luz was a part of the Ultramobile collection of Gavina, the lamp have a structure and a base in blue solid wood and two neon light in a plexiglass lampshade. De Luz lamp was designed by Sandro Bagnoli for Simon Gavina in the 1970s and it was inspired by the street lights of the garden of the casino de Saint-Jean-de-Luz projected and realized by the french architect Robert Mallet-Stevens in 1927. Simon Gavina was born in 1968 from the meeting of Dino Gavina and Maria Simoncini with some of the greatest representatives of architecture and arts. From the beginning of the fifties, Dino Gavina had started working with architects and designers - such as Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni, Ignazio Gardella, Carlo and Tobia Scarpa, Kazuhide Takahama or Marco Zanuso - and in 1960 he founded the company that bore his name, chaired by Carlo Scarpa. Gavina on the one hand is attentive to the most advanced directions of design research and its protagonists and on the other is sensitive to the stimuli that come from artistic creativity. The meeting point between this twofold tension is certainly the experience of Simon and his collections Ultrarazionale (1968), Ultramobile (1971) and Metamobile (1974), a progressive exploration of possible research and experimentation. Ultrarazionale presents "sculptural" pieces, designed by Scarpa the result of extreme care in the choice of materials, in the solutions of detail and in the workmanship. A few years later the "functional artworks" of Ultramobile look at the dialogue between artistic research and production for the domestic environment with inspired results and strong visual impact. Objects taken from the surrealist poetics become furniture-works of art with strong symbolic values, paying homage to artists such as René Magritte, Constantin Brancusi, Man Ray, Sebastian Matta and Meret Oppenheim. Matta’s pop chairs, Ray’s Les grands trans-Parents mirror, or Oppenheim’s golden pedestal coffee table have managed to carve out interesting and, in part, unexpected market spaces, together with critical attention. Ultramobile explored of "other" directions aimed at enlarging to lateral and border territories with respect to the culture of the project and at the same time enriching and freeing it from the tight constraints imposed by cultural models, production methods and the market. Finally, Metamobile is a precise proposal of simple and low-priced furniture, even self-produced. Like the projects of Enzo Mari - provocatively emblematic of the entire collection - for self-building in furniture, defies the rules of the market and distribution. Within his history and his present, Simon contains elements of great interest and vitality from the point of view of the "content" and meaning underlying his own cultural and entrepreneurial choices; It also boasts a wealth of projects and products that have explored innovative paths and at the same time have been able to establish themselves, with critics and the public, as icons of design.

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