Ceiling Lamp designed by Vico MAGISTRETTI for Artemide Italy 1961

Ceiling Lamp designed by Vico MAGISTRETTI for Artemide Italy 1967


Ceiling lamp, designed by Vico Magistretti. Italy, Artemide, 1967.

The TRICLINIO ceiling lamp with 3 double diffuser glass shades. Opal glass and brushed metal.

The Triclinio, Pentaclinio, Eptaclinio series of pendant lamps evolves from the composition of the Clinio lamp (1967), whose modules are repeated to form a large lighting cluster. The lamps are mounted on the ceiling by means of a brushed metal frame, using the same diffuser experimented on the Omega hanging lamp already in 1964 and subsequently in the wall-mounted version.

Reference: Repertorio del Design Italiano, 2 vols. p 91, illustrated.

Vico Magistretti (October 6, 1920 – September 19, 2006), An Italian industrial designer, known as a furniture designer and architect. A collaborator of humanist architect Ernesto Nathan Rogers, one of Magistretti's first projects was the "poetic" round church in the experimental Milan neighbourhood of QT8. He later designed mass-produced appliances and furniture for companies such as Cassina S.p.A., and won several awards, including the Gold Medal of the Chartered Society of Industrial Artists & Designers in 1986.



Excellent vintage condition,

Diameter:  78 cm = 30.71 "
Height:  90 cm = 35.43 "