A Milan-based architect and designer, Alberto Zecchini’s work is equally theoretical and whimsical with material conservation key to conception and production.
Designed with conservation of material and production power at front of mind, Brazil is composed of pre-made industrial items subject to as little manipulation as possible.
Low-power lamps are equipped with their own optics thus minimizing waste and striving for sustainability.
A floor lamp, Brazil’s stem rod is iron painted “white moon,” with basic sheet metal painted grey.
Two adjustable arms are aluminum painted anthracite and red.
-Base and stem in painted metal.
-Lampholder stems in painted aluminum.
LED, CFL, INC