Manhattan Floor Lamp

Inspired by A and P Castiglioni

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Manhattan Floor Lamp
The Product The Specs
  • Italian design from 1962
  • Featured in blockbuster the Italian Job
  • 2½ meter arch suspension reach
  • Marble base weighing 66 kilos

About the Manhattan Lamp

This timeless classic is possibly one of the best-known lights ever. Immortalised on the silver screen in blockbusters such as Diamonds Are Forever and The Italian Job, the design is still as popular today as it was 50 years ago. From its marble base to the polished aluminium shade, every detail of our Manhattan style lamp has been carefully reproduced by hand. The 2½-meter reach of the arch cleverly provides overhead lighting without requiring ceiling suspension. It is fully adjustable and has a swivelling shade for precise lighting control.

The story behind the Manhattan Lamp

The Manhattan lamp was designed in 1962 by two brothers, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. Created for Italian lighting specialists, Flos, the Manhattan was modelled on a streetlight and made to project light eight feet from its marble base. Manhattan is one of a group of products that the brothers developed by adapting everyday objects. Other designs available by the Castiglioni brothers is the classic Splügen Braü Pendant, Lampadina Table Lamp and the Parentesi Dimmer

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Achille 1918-2002 (Italy)  - Pier Giacomo 1913-1968 (Italy)

Since 1940, Archille had dedicated himself to experimenting on industrial products with his brothers Livio (1911-1979) and Pier Giacomo. They focused on Urban Planning, Architecture and Design and worked towards developing a process of integral design. This meant considering how each component within the process would work in conjunction with one another, from the materials through to production.

“There has to be irony, both in design and in the objects. I see around me a professional disease of taking everything too seriously. One of my secrets is to joke all the time.”

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