I.Cono Floor Lamp 0715 -Open Box
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Design by Lievore, Altherr and Molina. Made in Spain by Vibia.
"I.Cono represents a successful exercise in balance between the new and the now, and the most exquisite Nordic tradition."
This design achieves visual lightness and extremely high quality through the exquisite use of materials and finishes, combining cleanliness and consistency, taking each possibility to the limit. Even the rotating mechanisms of the head seem invisible thanks to the high technical quality in all the processes of creating this piece.
Floor lamp for direct and ambient illumination. Adjustable shade. On/off switch located on the cord. Lacquered polycarbonate shade. Available in choice of three colors. Choose incandescent or compact fluorescent version.
Dimensions: 37.5"L X 11"W X 53.25"H
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT, CFL, COMPACT FLUORESCENT
- INC: 1 X 60W 120V E12 (candelabra base) BA-9 incandescent lamp (not included)
- CFE: 1 X 13W 120V GU24 base, self-ballasted compact fluorescent lamp (not included)
Listing: ETL, CETL
Model(s): 0715-03-CFE 0715-03-INC 0715-04-CFE 0715-04-INC 0715-07-INC 0715-07-CFE
Jeanette Altherr, along with Alberto Lievore and Manel Molina, came together in 1991 to create the firm Lievore Altherr Molina. Jeanette, originally a German designer and stylist, moved to Barcelona to initially go to school, decided to make it her permanent place of residence. She brought to the firm her strong interior design and styling skills, which has helped the firm to become recognized throughout Europe. The firm has exhibits worldwide and has won numerous design accolades and awards, including the Spanish National Design Award (1999), the FIM National Furniture Design Competition, and the ADI-FAD Deltas, among others.
Born into a family of Italian immigrants in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1948, from a young age he was sensitive to design, inventing various objects and toys for himself. After completing a scientific technical education in chemistry, Lievore went on to work for an oil company. He later completed his military service and sought to further his love for design, so he began architecture at the Buenos Aires Faculty of Architecture. In 1977, he officially settled in Barcelona where he founded a studio in the Berenguer el Gran Square with colleague Norberto Chaves, and afterwards Daniel Perrando, Oriol Pibernat, and Jorge Pensi. Later, in 1984, he started his very own Alberto Lievore & Associates firm, which allowed him to learn and grow more as a designer. In 1991, he changed the name of his firm to Lievore Altherr Molina, as other designers Jeanette Altherr and Manel Molina joined the lineup. He still continues his incredible work with his firm, attaining worldwide acceptance and notability with his partners for their bold furniture designs.
Manel Molina joined forces with Alberto Lievore and Jeanette Altherr in 1991 to create the firm Lievore Altherr Molina. Known for its furniture design, the studio also focuses on product design, interior design, consultancy and art direction work for a number of companies, while offering personalized solutions to each industry. The studio also has developed an intense teaching practice, giving seminars and training courses to new professionals at various Spanish universities and other organizations.
Purity in lines, refinement in materials, and innovation in technology. Based in Barcelona, a place of cultivated design culture and an important knowledge cluster.
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