Marble Table Lamps, Tegola by Bruno Gecchelin
Enameled Aluminum, Stainless Steel and Marble, "Tegola" Table Lamps by Bruno Gecchelin. Manufactured by Skipper. 1970s.
The stainless steel arm can be angled across 180Degrees. The canopy and marble base are black on one lamp and white on the other.
Gecchelin Bruno was born in Milan in 1939 . In 1962 he develops compact refrigerators for Indesit and started designing furniture for Gruppo Industriale Busnelli. In the same period he joined the office of design of Olivetti of Ivrea, directed by Ettore Sottsass and based in Milan.
In 1976 he was a freelancer, and after graduating in architecture at the Politecnico of Milan opened a studio and began working with several companies.
Design a series of car accessories for Fiat Panda; With Fratelli Guzzini he created a complete line of tools and household goods for the kitchen made of thermoplastic material, and extends the range of gift items made of precious materials signed Rede Guzzini.
During his career, his passion for technology led him to specialise in the design of lighting. More than one hundred lamps designed in over forty years, with major companies O-Light, Skipper, Arteluce-Flos , Antonangeli, Venini, Matsushita, Tronconi, iGuzzini Lighting, Ivela, Raat and Reggiani Lighting.
70cmx x 20cm