Slamp Gemmy Floor Lamp Prisma
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Slamp Gemmy Floor Lamp Prisma designed by Cristina Croce, Tommaso Ragnisco, Alessandro Spalletta, Manuel Wijffels. The Gemmy Prisma family expands with a Floor version with base and white mat rod. The diffuser in Lentiflex®, thanks to the faceted shape that refers to bold geometric constructions, suggests a kaleidoscopic effect that multiplies the coloured reflections offered by the techno polymer.
This versatile and dynamic collection was inspired by the polyhedric facets of desert gems. The lamp’s geometries create an intriguing contemporary and refined kaleidoscope effect that enriches any interior. The Gemmy collection includes a vast range of colours that adapt seamlessly to any modern space, such as Slamp Gemmy Floor Lamp Prisma.
Born in Rome, she graduated in Industrial design from Rome’s ISIA.
She founded the 21st Century Design studio with Tommaso Ragnisco in 1995. Amongst her other projects, she began a long collaboration with Slamp that resulted in the creation of the Sun-Ra collection. For years, the studio has designed interactive teaching exhibits for museums and installations, as well as special effects and scenography for films and television. In 2004, 21st Century Design became 21 Lab, continuing its collaboration with Slamp; along with Manuel Wijffels, they designed the Gemmy collection. Cristina has also taught architecture at the Istituto Europeo di Design for years, working in Rome’s Valle Giulia department. In 2016, she founded Cri 21 srls, a company handling, amongst other things, graphic design.
Born in 1971, Tommaso Ragnisco lives in Rome. He received his degree in Industrial Design (final thesis, a spaceship), and today, works as a sculptor, painter, designer, make-up artist, and special effects scenographer. He founded the 21st century Design studio in 1995, renamed 21LAB, which remained in business until 2008. He established the multimedia design studio, LABNORMAL, along with Marco Zamponi and Massimiliano Forcella, in 2012. He has worked with in the applied arts in collaboration with important industrial companies, museums, and television networks including Fox Italia, the Opera Nazionale Montessori, and created the Mizar perla divulgazione scientifica for Slamp. He taught cinematic scenography for 5 years at IED (the European Institute of Design), and for two years, has been the director of Rome’s Montessori primary school scientific/artistic laboratory program, “Le mani e la mente”. Indulging his passion for cinema, he produces short films that serve as “windows into free expression”.
Lamp: 1 X 8W LED Filament or 1 X 75W max - Halogen
Lamp Included: No
Materials: Lentiflex ® With White Steel Base
Brand Origin: Italy