Vertigo Floor Lamp

$2,664.00
Designed by:  Marco Acerbis
Manufactured by:  FontanaArte

This indirect light floor lamp with its distinctive sharp corners and edges is the result of folding a fine sheet of aluminum.  The structure is mounted on a steel base and can be rotated 320°.  Folded mirror-polished aluminum sheet frame, white or black finish.  Steel base in matteblack finish.  The frame rotates 320° horizontally.  Black power cable, dimmer and plug.  Manufactured by FontanaArte.

Designed in 2005.

Overall Dimensions:  12.6" Diameter, 76.4" H
Bulb Information:  One max 300W T3/L halogen bulb (not included)

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Designed by:  Marco Acerbis
Manufactured by:  FontanaArte

This indirect light floor lamp with its distinctive sharp corners and edges is the result of folding a fine sheet of aluminum.  The structure is mounted on a steel base and can be rotated 320°.  Folded mirror-polished aluminum sheet frame, white or black finish.  Steel base in matteblack finish.  The frame rotates 320° horizontally.  Black power cable, dimmer and plug.  Manufactured by FontanaArte.

Designed in 2005.

Overall Dimensions:  12.6" Diameter, 76.4" H
Bulb Information:  One max 300W T3/L halogen bulb (not included)

Fontanaarte

When fusing art with lighting, one name says it all, FontanaArte, where lighting fixtures are designed as “lumen art” for the home or industrial space. Interior designers and architects look to FontanaArte Lighting for the simplicity and versatility of installation, which is part of each artfully designed and original fixture. Own an example of the extraordinary design genius seen in iconic pieces like the Luminator floor lamp by Pietro Chiesa, from 1932.

The Italian-based firm draws on talents of leading international designers to create beautiful lighting pieces that win awards year after year. If you don’t already own FontanaArte, introduce their sophisticated design aesthetic to your home with a striking, minimalist floor lamp like the Yumi by Shigeru Ban, winner of the 2015 iF Product Design Award.

Marco Acerbis

Marco Acerbis (born 1973, Bergamo, Italy) graduated with a degree in architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1998. He subsequently moved to London to work with the Foster + Partners Studio. Returning to Italy in 2004, he opened his own design studio, exploring a wide variety of themes in the fields of both architecture and product design. Acerbis has created work for several manufacturers including Acerbis, Buzzi & Buzzi, Colombo, Desalto, FontanaArte, Slide, Talenti, and Vistosi.