Pipistrello Pop is a table lamp with steel base and methacrylate lampshade, part of the collection of the same name.A bold color choice that meets an icon, maintaining an exclusive character.Just as yellow is a loved color because it brings with it a positive charge that communicates forcefully, Pipistrello Pop illuminates spaces by adding energy to the surrounding objects and environments.Pipistrello Pop becomes a design piece symbolizing optimism and exuberance. Yellow embodies a youthful spirit, meeting not only the tastes of those who love to surround themselves with colors, but also the needs of those who want to transform an anonymous space into a vibrant and inviting place.
CHARACTERISTICSThe basic cone is yellow, while the details are black.The ring and knob are glossy black. A "bold" finish to emphasize details that give that graphic appearance to the lamp.Gae Aulenti's signature, which on the classical Pipistrello is subtly engraved on the telescope, becomes more pronounced on the glossy black plate applied to the base. This is a value that emerges more forcefully, just as the character of Pipistrello Pop is strong.The unlimited numbering adds further value, more personal perhaps, because it is connected to a number that has earned its reputation in everyone's life.The Martinelli Luce logo engraved on the stainless steel telescope is highlighted with a black finish.There is also the certificate of authenticity that has always accompanied this iconic lamp.
Martinelli Luce was born in 1950 from the intuition of Elio Martinelli want to design and build the lamps for businesses that planned. The lamps produced by Martinelli Luce are characterized by the originality and clean design, over the years the company has created the most important and iconic forms of Italian industrial design, doing just the principle of using the most innovative materials highlighting features intrinsic. Prestigious brands, by Gae Aulenti to Marc Sadler, the years have enriched the production, Bat, Leaf, Bubble, the latest Profiterolle, Cobra, Hummingbirds are among some "names" of production that still continues to count a number of historical products '60s and' 70s, like a sort of company curator of our recent historical memory.