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Atollo - OLuce

table lamp (1977)

Atollo is a 1977 project by Vico Magistretti for Oluce.

Magistretti designs the lamp by composing pure geometric elements, the cylinder, the cone and the hemisphere, giving shape to an essential object, apparently simple but unrelated to the fashions and trends of a defined period. These characteristics place Atollo among the icons of Italian design and Made in Italy.

Over the years it has become the archetype of the table lamp, winning the Compasso d'Oro ADI in 1979.

Atollo is available in three different sizes and in different white, black, satin bronze and satin gold metal finishes.

The Atollo table lamp is available in three different sizes and in different finishes in white or black metal, opal glass and gold.

Atollo is part of the collections of the main international museums:
MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1979
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, 1983
Kunstgewerbe Museum, Zuerich, 1983
Museum “Die Neue Sammlung, Muenchen, 1983
Museum Fuer Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, 1986
Kunstmuseum ”, Dusseldorf, 1989
Permanent Collection of Italian Design 1945-1990, Triennale di Milano

Atollo 233 table lamp
Dimensions: Diameter 50 cm, Base diameter 20 cm, Height 70 cm
Materials: painted aluminum, painted aluminum, opaline glass