The masterpiece of the Liza collection is the iconic, baroque-inspired table lamp, available in the classic Prisma version, as well as a new Pewter version, both using Slamp’s patented techno-polymer materials. Liza has a double illumination system, with a courtesy LED in the base and bulb in the principle pleated shade, creating contrasts of light and shadows that give depth and warmth to any space.
The collection also includes a floor version with an adjustable arm and a suspension with subtile, vertical incisions.
“I have a difficult time remembering names, but rarely forget where I saw an object, why I liked it or found it intriguing. When I began working in Ugo La Pietra’s studio, my references were the masters of the Radical movement; now, I knowingly face what I see everyday with an exact idea of what I need to memorize in order to use it later, almost unwittingly, as a stimulus for new projects. Light is one of the more interesting mediums to work with as a designer, seeing as its endless expressive possibilities are limited by problems of construction. The evolution of LED technology has brought a fresh take on the act of designing; using new technology is very stimulating”
Furniture designer Slamp changes the faces of design
Born in Pordenone, industrial and interior designer, is Stefano’s partner and wife, collaborates as a designer with Giovannoni Design and other companies including Alessi, Magis , Mille ori, Bisazza, Veneta Cucine, Bertazzoni, Marzorati & Ronchetti, Viceversa, Tubes, Vondom, Maletti group, Slamp, Haier, Deborah e LG maniglie. Winner of numerous prizes and competitions, she runs courses at the Domus Academy and the Polytechnic School of Design.