De Chirico gave this form to the heads of his “Disquieting Muses”, in a square in Ferrara. The core of the lamp is a cylindrical body in satin-finished borosilicate glass. Its face is a bubble of transparent, blown borosilicate glass which.
Bonne Nuit puts the lid on light. Bonne Nuit is intended to put the lid on light. The light is served at table in the glass, a fine goblet of the elegant sort, and then covered with a sandblasted glass cupola to diffuse it.
The force of geometry: “ is written in the language of mathematics, and the characters are triangles, circles, and other geometric figures, without which it is humanly impossible to understand a single word of it;
This is a bottle, a dish-cover, a circus tent, a jar, a fireplace, a Mongol hut, it is … certainly strange to see it fly. The Bonne Nuit lamp, in the suspension version with a 26 or 16 cm diameter, has a cupola in borosilicate glass, partly...
De Chirico had already given this form to the heads of his “uneasy muses”. The core of the lamp is a cylindrical body in satin-finished borosilicate glass. Its face is a bubble of transparent, blown borosilicate glass which makes the light.
The lamp is enclosed in a vase.Looking at reality from a different angle produces unexpected effects. The table version is a stemless shade in its simplest and most essential form. The ribbed glass shade is not supported by a stem, but by a blown.