WALL / TABLE LAMP OMBRE BLACK 17X12,5 H20

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Designer Antonino Sciortino
Weight (kg) 4.300000
Bulb included No
Colour black
Material steel
Cable Length (m) 2.500000
Class I No
Class II Yes
Bulb Type E14
Maximum Voltage (V) 240
Maximum Wattage (W) 25
Diameter (cm) 0
Height (cm) 20
Length (cm) 17
Width (cm) 12.5
The Ombre luminaires by Antonino Sciortino resemble Venetian blinds that play with the sunlight. The gracefully welded sequences of powder-coated metal wires with sloping sides create a beautiful play of lines. The manually applied layer of paint mitigates the light. With their maximum height of 50 cm they always look attractive and elegant, on the floor, on a sideboard, but also on the wall.

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Antonino Sciortino

Antonino Sciortino

Antonino Sciortino

Antonino was born in Palermo. When he was just eight years old, he began to forge iron in his father’s studio. He particularly worked with ‘soft’ iron, which is relatively pliable and thus easier to work with. For Serax, he has designed an exclusive collection for a broader market. The side tables and iron bowls give off the feel of sculptures, and through their artistic finishing touches (painted with brushes and polished), they preserve the soul that Antonino aimed to give them. They will perfectly suit countless interiors thanks to their pure forms and ‘vintage’ tinted look and finish.

Design Process

Some people simply have art running through their veins. This is also the case with Antonino Sciortino. The former dancer/choreographer not only possesses an unbridled imagination, he has also mastered the art of simplicity and style. The latter is certainly strongly represented in the Terrazzo collection. The flawlessly forged bases of the collection of tables and side tables are a reflection of his traditional craftsmanship. The unique and quirky look of the terrazzo tabletop takes you back to fifteenth-century Venice.

Antonino Sciortino
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