Eleuthera Contemporary Table Lamp designed by Massimo Mariani for Danese Milano in 2007. Bright, discrete, adjustable and versatile with fine details, the Eleuthera project a concentrated light perfect for the desk or office. Steel base, anodized aluminum flexible joints and body structure in brushed aluminum, matte white or black. Fluorescent bulb included.
This modern furniture focuses, table lamp great attention on creativity and taste of innovation, out of the ordinary, and with highest care for details both of design and of functionality.
About the Designer
Born in Florence, Massimo Mariani grew up in Genoa and studied architecture at the local University, graduating in 1990. The degree project with Giancarlo De Carlo regarded the renewal of the Old Port in Genoa.
In 1991 started collaboration with Renzo Piano Building Workshop to work on the redevelopment of the Lingotto factory in Turin. He later joined Herman Hertzberger Architectuurstudio in Amsterdam as designer of various projects in Italy, Germany and Japan. In 1998 moved to London to work freelance on architectural projects and master plans in the United Kingdom.
He set up a private practice in London in 2001 focusing on architectural competitions, urban renewal studies and product design research. His works have been shown at exhibitions in Milan, New York, Shanghai, Berlin and London.
Joint in aluminum, body in anodized aluminum painted
7" x 23 2/3" x 19 2/3" H