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Two Memphis Style Tre Ci Luce Vega by Luciano Cesaro & Fabio Amico 1980s

Two Memphis Style, Sleek design, wall lights or scones made by Tre Ci Luce Vega and designed by Luciano Cesaro & Fabio Amico 1985.
Silver metal round disc as back plate, brass arms and round brass top plate.

Tre Ci/Luce, literally translated as three there light, was established in the early seventies (1973) to produce lighting designs for domestic interiors with an emphasis on the search for style as a mix between form and innovative technical functions, creating products with an immediate visual impact that are pleasant additions to any atmosphere.

“High-quality looks, state-of-the-art materials and a careful study of both light sources and energy efficiency ensure that the essence of light is maximally controlled and exploited.”

Width: ∅ 33.5 cm

Electricity: 1 halogen double ended light bulb R7S – J Type T3. 1 x 300 watt maximum. 110/220 volt.

Height: 5.52 in. (14 cm)
Diameter: 13 in. (33 cm)

Price: On Request

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Rare Frans van Nieuwenborg ‘The Saint’ Industrial Dutch Design lamp

Rare ‘The Saint’ Industrial Dutch Design lamp (Only 100 Made) designed by Frans van Nieuwenborg in 1996.

Manufactured in an edition of 100 pieces
Version: standing or on the wall
Fluorescence tube 22 Watt


“A halo of light”

A round light source, bright in shape, beautifully captured in a black luminaire, that is ‘The Saint’. A halo of light, executed in warm white.

Included in the collection of:
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen – Rotterdam
Museum De Lakenhal- Leiden
Corning Museum of Glass – New York

Frans van Nieuwenborg
After studying at the Academy of Industrial Design in Eindhoven (the current ‘Design Academy’), Frans van Nieuwenborg worked for several years in Denmark with various designers and architects. In 1973 he started his own design agency ‘Van Nieuwenborg Industrial Design Consultancy Group’ in Leiden.

Height 16 cm
Width 32 cm
Depth 23.3 cm

Price: On Request