Two fronds of an exotic palm overlay in a clever combination of folded and printed Opalflex. If it's a little bit of extra heat you are looking for, this is the perfect addition to a bathroom or entrance requiring an exotic flavour.Read More...
Two fronds of an exotic palm overlay in a clever combination of folded and printed Opalflex. If it's a little bit of extra heat you are looking for, this is the perfect addition to a bathroom or entrance requiring an exotic flavour.
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|Name||Las Palmas XL Floor Lamp|
|Product Code||PAL13PFO0004__PAL LED|
|Family Name||Las Palmas|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||4.4 Kg|
|Dimensions||Lamp Height: 153.5 cm|
|Wattage||LED 7 W/827|
|Material||Opalflex Polycarbonate with Stainless Steel base and profiles|
Born in Brussels, 1983, he believes that architecture, art and design have a growing role in the culture that recognizes a symbiosis between nature and artifacts. He acquired important modeling knowledge when attending the Istituto d'Arte di Civita Castellana. He studied motor vehicle design, completing a degree in Industrial design from the University La Sapienza di Roma. He has participated in laboratory-exhibitions and experimental research in Italy, including 13x17 modern art exhibition, curated by Philippe Daverio and Jean Blanchaert which concluded during the 2007 edition of the Venice Biennale. He also participates in the European Artemisia exhibition, organized every year by the Opera Bosco Museo di Arte nella Natura. Having studied percussion, lends to reflections on the structural influence of rhythm in cultures. In 2008, he designed Las Palmas for Slamp, a formal expression of trees bending towards the light. Jonas Clementoni lives and works in Italy, Argentina and Uruguay.View All Products