Agnoli 387 Floor Lamp

$1,485.00
Designed by:  Tito Agnoli
Manufactured by:  Oluce

Tito Agnoli’s Model 387 floor lamp – often known simply as "Agnoli" after its designer – is actually the oldest continuous production piece in Oluce’s catalogue.  Designed in 1954, the lamp’s form is markedly minimalist.  It features a base in sophisticated travertine from which a nickel-plated tubular steel stem functions as a slide for the diffuser allowing the user to direct light with precision.  The lamp celebrates the aesthetic of the bulb itself – in this instance, Oluce’s proprietary “Cornalux” bulb that sports a unique “hammerhead” form.  The combination of materials and forms within the Model 387 Agnoli floor lamp make it a sophisticated addition to any interior.  Manufactured by Oluce.

Designed in 1955.

Overall Dimensions:  6.7" W, 74.8" H
Bulb Information:  Requires one max 45W G9 halogen (included)
Switch:  On/Off switch located on cord.

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Designed by:  Tito Agnoli
Manufactured by:  Oluce

Tito Agnoli’s Model 387 floor lamp – often known simply as "Agnoli" after its designer – is actually the oldest continuous production piece in Oluce’s catalogue.  Designed in 1954, the lamp’s form is markedly minimalist.  It features a base in sophisticated travertine from which a nickel-plated tubular steel stem functions as a slide for the diffuser allowing the user to direct light with precision.  The lamp celebrates the aesthetic of the bulb itself – in this instance, Oluce’s proprietary “Cornalux” bulb that sports a unique “hammerhead” form.  The combination of materials and forms within the Model 387 Agnoli floor lamp make it a sophisticated addition to any interior.  Manufactured by Oluce.

Designed in 1955.

Overall Dimensions:  6.7" W, 74.8" H
Bulb Information:  Requires one max 45W G9 halogen (included)
Switch:  On/Off switch located on cord.

Oluce

Established in 1945, Oluce is the oldest Italian lighting design company that is still active today. Over the past seven decades, Oluce has worked with several visionary designers like Joe Colombo, Vico Magistretti, and Marco Zanuso to create masterpieces of 20th century design – Atollo, Spider, Acrilica, and Coupe – that are now included in museum collections worldwide. Oluce continues its tradition of innovation in a new century with critically acclaimed new designs by Nendo, Laudani & Romanelli, Camapana Brothers, Mist-o, Carlo Colombo, and Franceso Rota.

Tito Agnoli

Tito Agnoli (1931 – 2012) was born to an Italian family in Lima, Peru. He came to Italy after World War II and originally trained as a painter. He subsequently enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture where he graduated in 1959 and became an assistant to both Gio Ponti and Carlo De Darli. He has created a number of designs for several manufacturers including Arflex, Cinova, Lema, Matteo Grassi, Molteni, Montina, Oluce, Pierantonio Bonacina, Poltrona Frau, Schiffini, Ycami. Throughout his lifetime, Agnoli was nominated several times for the prestigious Compasso d’Oro Award. His work is included in the permanent collections of several museums including New York’s Museum of Modern Art.