This 1950s table lamp was produced by Hadrill & Horstman. The flex has been replaced, as well as the original bulb holder. The new antique brass bulb fitting incorporates modern day safety features and shows only minor age-related wear.
This series of lamps incorporates, within their structure, the architecture of a monoptero, which is a temple consisting of a simple circular colonnade surmounted, in this case, by a blown glass dome. The result is that of a small, thin, and slender domestic architecture, which depending on the height becomes a floor or a table light.
The Maralunga sofa by Magistretti for Cassina was designed in 1973 and quickly became a design classic. Its design incorporates adjustable back cushions that can sit low, directly behind the user when seated, or extended up to provide the user with more upper back and neck support. Magistretti was an Italian industrial designer and architect.
This William Plunkett sofa, model Kingston, was made in 1967. The design incorporates individual upholstered parts, and the frame and legs are made of aluminum, steel, and chrome. The sofa was reupholstered some years ago in black leather and has been cleaned and polished. The curved design and thick, padded seats make the sofa both sturdy and comfortable.
The lamp is a reduced-scale reproduction of the dome of the Pantheon, a perfect hemisphere pierced by an oculus in the center and internally decorated by five orders of twenty eight drawers, a number considered magical. Pantheon / Pantheoff incorporates these elements becoming an illuminating complex structure, consisting of a perforated ceramic dome and a metal body that illuminates the inside through the hole, reproducing the effect of sunlight into the building. The coffered decoration, a mystical and timeless design, becomes a precious faceted gold surface that reflects light and brings us back to the charm of this magical and impressive building.
The Grand Canyon in the United States is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. For years, the Colorado River has crossed this valley, causing erosion and the formation of a unique landscape of incredible colors. The Canyon screen incorporates this beauty into its different layers finished in brass, surrounded by golden varnish. The application of a brown and red patina on the brass provides different shades. The Canyon is the ideal screen for a living room, complementing a contemporary interior by bringing the beauty of nature inside. Custom sizes and colors are available at an additional cost; please contact Pamono for more information.