Iconic table lamp with hand-blown Italian glass
Aella 1968 is an elegant table lamp and a design icon, designed by Toso & Massari in 1968. The table lamp is one of Leuco's icons, representing their vision of bringing a fresh, contemporary point of view to traditional hand-blown glass techniques. A Maestro from the Veneto region of Italy hand blows Aella, and they creates a stunning cone of glass in the centre of the rounded glass that looks like a tornado. There is an LED light source in the table lamp; there lights up through the tornado, which creates an exciting play of light. The table lamps' beautiful expression will look great in the hallway, the cosy corner of the living room, or the bedroom.
Aella has been updated by the original designers, so now new pendant lights and table lamp versions are available in different sizes, shapes and colours.
Aella is named after an Amazon warrior from Greek MYTHOLOGIST, and the name can be translated to tornado.
|Product info||Built in LED 1x17W 3000 K, 2300 lm. - H 50 cm. Shade Ø 54 cm. Base Ø 16 cm.|