Born in 1933, Italian designer Giancarlo Mattioli’s Nesso lamp displayed a ground breaking use of injection-molded plastic as a contemporary material for object production. An “icon” of design, the lamp is the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Museum of Modern Art.
Part of the “Modern Classics” reissued line, Nesso was a marvel of ABS thermoplastic injection-molding when first introduced in 1965 thus bringing industrial materials and methods to the home and office environments.
Nesso is an international icon of futuristic, democratic design and in the collection of all major design museums. The table lamp is available in orange and white.
-Injected body and diffuser in molded ABS thermoplastic.
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