Acquerelli

In the Acquerelli lamps, a palette of delicate colours enhances the hand-crafted workmanship of the blown glass.

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Like overlapping brush-strokes, the colours enhance the hand-crafted workmanship of the blown glass, as they come together and liaise with their surroundings: the Acquerelli lamp collection is expressed in table lamp models and suspensions, distinguished by the combination of glass lampshades and a matt lead-colour painted metal frame. The glass is available in milk white finish or, in the nuanced or striped version, in elegant petroleum or amber colour. The Acquerelli lamps come in two sizes, large or small. In the table version, the two sizes correspond to two different lampshade shapes. In the suspension version, the double glass option is also available, with the small lampshade combined with the large one to create a single ceiling lamp to generate surprising plays of light.

Data sheet

Suspension small single

Width: 14.5cm

Depth: 14.5cm

Height: 27cm

Suspension large single

Width: 40cm

Depth: 40cm

Height: 20.5cm

Suspension double glass

Width: 40cm

Depth: 40cm

Height: 27cm

Suspension 3 elements

Width: 30cm

Depth: 30cm

Height: 327cm

Table lamp small

Width: 14.5cm

Depth: 14.5cm

Height: 27cm

Table lamp large

Width: 40cm

Depth: 40cm

Height: 17cm

  • Milky white

  • Gradient teal

  • Optic ribbed teal

  • Gradient amber

  • Optic ribbed amber

  • Mat lead

Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete collection.

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Designer

Marco Zito

Marco Zito, architetto del 1966, si laurea presso lo IUAV nel 1994. Professore associato di Industrial Design all'Università IUAV di Venezia. Docente invitato all'Industrial Design Center di Montevideo (Uruguay), al San Marco Center di Kigali (Ruanda), all'IMC - Industrial Modernization Center del Cairo, (Egitto). Pubblicato nell'Annuario del Design 2004 di Tom Dixon. Premio al trofeo "Batimat 2005" per l'innovazione, Parigi con il sistema di illuminazione "lettere", prodotto da Viabizzuno, che si è aggiudicato anche l'ADI Design Index 2007. ADI 2011 Design Index, con “Tua”, produzione Foscarini. ADI Design Index 2013, con “Sat”, produzione Plust. ADI 2016, con “Scandola”, produzione De Castelli. Pubblicazioni in Abitare, Domus, Casabella, Intramuros, Wallpaper, Interni, Ottagono, Diid, The Plan, Monocle, Dezeen.

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