ASTEP Model 2042/6 Ceiling Lamp

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The elegant Astep ceiling lamp model 2042 is part of the Le Sfere collection, designed by the legendary Italian lighting designer Gino Sarfatti in 1959.

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€3.065,00
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ASTEP Model 2042/6 Ceiling Lamp

Astep Model 2042/6 ceiling lamp.

The model 2042 ceiling lamp from the Danish lighting brand Astep is composed of 6 round opal glass diffusers, with steel ring structures. You can place the glass balls on the rings in both directions to change the look and light intensity of the lamp. The daring yet beautifully streamlined Model 2042 is suitable for many types of spaces, whether it is a living room, hall, kitchen or bedroom, this ceiling lamp exudes luxury!

The Model 2042 lamp is part of the Le Sfere collection, designed by the legendary Italian lighting designer Gino Sarfatti in 1959. Sarfatti sought inspiration for his work from natural light and the sky, and the lamps of the Le Sfere collection were influenced by the soft light and round shape of the moon.

The collection consists of a diverse range of different fixtures that all have two things in common: white light diffused through opal glass and a modern, graphic touch to the metal rings.

Le Sfere lamps are still made in Italy and are equally well suited for private and public spaces.


Material: Opaline glass, steel
Color: Black and Champagne
Width 73 cm Depth 65.8 cm Diameter Diffuser diameter: 20 cm Height 28.7 cm
Lamp base / fitting: E27
Light source: 6 x non-dimmable 7W LED (included)
Color temperature: 2700K (warm white)
Luminous flux 806lm (4836lm total)
IP value 20.

♠ Made to order.

About the designer:

The Italian designer Gino Sarfatti (1912-1985) was a master of lighting design and founder of the lighting brand Arteluce. Sarfatti was born in Venice and moved to Genoa to study aeronautical engineering until he had to interrupt his studies due to the war in the late 1930s.

Sarfatti founded Arteluce in Milan in 1939. In 1943 he and his family had to flee from Italy to Switzerland, but after the war they returned to Milan to reorganize the production of Arteluce. The 1950s were a golden age for Arteluce: in 1954, two of Sarfatti's lamps were awarded the Grand Prix at the Milan Triennale and in the following two years his designs received the Compasso d'Oro prize.

In 1973 Sarfatti sold Arteluce to the Italian lighting manufacturer Flos, which continues the production of Sarfatti's design classics.

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