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Martinelli Minipipistrello lamp
The iconic lamp designed in 1965 by Gae Aulenti is proposed in the mini wireless version, with a rechargeable battery lasting 6 hours. The diffuser design resembles the shapes of a bat’s wings and embodies all the modernity, humor and dynamism of a timeless classic. The touch sensor on the body of the lamp allows to dim the light as needed. Placed on a table or desk, Pipistrello illuminates the living space with personality and expressive force, making it welcoming.
two lamps sitting on top of blue couches in a living room next to a spiral staircase
Martinelli Minipipistrello lamp
The iconic lamp designed in 1965 by Gae Aulenti is proposed in the mini wireless version, with a rechargeable battery lasting 6 hours. The diffuser design resembles the shapes of a bat’s wings and embodies all the modernity, humor and dynamism of a timeless classic. The touch sensor on the body of the lamp allows to dim the light as needed. Placed on a table or desk, Pipistrello illuminates the living space with personality and expressive force, making it welcoming.
a living room with a couch, coffee table and circular light fixture hanging from the ceiling
Il Fanale Miami lamp
Simple in its essence, but complex in its structure, the Miami pendant lamp is a reinterpretation of the American art deco style, also recalled by the name of the city that embodies this artistic movement. Miami is the perfect combination of metal elements and decorated glass, which intertwined act as the soul and body of the lamp, generating the right balance between aesthetics and function.
a bean bag chair sitting on top of a rug in front of a wall with fish drawn on it
Martinelli Mini Pipistrello lamp
The iconic lamp designed in 1965 by Gae Aulenti is proposed in the mini wireless version, with a rechargeable battery lasting 6 hours. The diffuser design resembles the shapes of a bat’s wings and embodies all the modernity, humor and dynamism of a timeless classic. The touch sensor on the body of the lamp allows to dim the light as needed. Placed on a table or desk, Pipistrello illuminates the living space with personality and expressive force, making it welcoming.
three lights hanging from the ceiling over a wooden deck next to an open ocean view
Karman Alibabig lamp
Charm and formal essentiality are intertwined in an absolutely surprising lighting solution. Made of fiberglass, the Alibabig pendant lamp is completely enveloped in light. Placed in outdoor spaces, it creates an intimate and suggestive atmosphere.
a white chandelier with many lights hanging from it's sides and arms
Karman Snoob lamp
The Snoob pendant lamp with its silhouette recalls one of the chandeliers that illuminate the richest and baroque palaces, but its metamorphosis towards the most extreme tidiness leads it to be placed everywhere, always maintaining its grandeur. The final light effect is majestic and absolutely stunning.
three light fixtures hanging from the ceiling in front of a wall with an arched doorway
Karman Sisma lamp
Sisma is a pendant lamp that surprises with its shapes, outlined by the ribbed metal rebar. The result is a sort of armor that reminds of the iron skeletons of building sites, the backbone of each building, modeled and welded together. The cables to which the bulbs are connected can be positioned and twisted around the structure freely as preferred.
a red lamp sitting on top of a white table next to a book and phone
Martinelli Cobra lamp
Designed in 1968 by Elio Martinelli, Cobra is one of the first resin lighting fixtures produced with a particular moulding system. The lamp, characterised by essential lines and a geometric shape inscribed in a sphere, consists of two bodies connected by a central joint that allows 360° rotation. By rotating the arm, the reflector takes on the typical shape of a cobra ready to shoot. This red version was proposed for the 50th anniversary of the lamp’s production.
a lamp sitting on top of a wooden table next to a book shelf filled with books
Martinelli Pipistrello lamp
Designed in 1965 by Gae Aulenti, Pipistrello is an inimitable lamp, a real design icon. The shapes of the diffuser evoke the unfolding of a bat’s wings, while the telescopic steel system allows it to be adjusted in height. Placed on a table or on the floor, this lamp characterises any type of space with its expressive power.