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Les années 60 en Italie : les luminaires (1)

Livio Castiglioni (designer). He graduated from the faculty of Architecture at Milan Polytechnic in 1936. Two years later, he opened a studio with his brother Pier Giacomo and they were joined by their younger brother Achille once he had graduated. They mainly concentrated on urban planning, architecture and, in particular, industrial design, at a time when the latter was still in its early stages in Italy. - More @ #fontanaarte #light #designers


Livio Castiglioni | FontanaArte

Scintilla (lighting): Floor lamp with dimmer. Available with base in blue glass and stem in borosilicate glass and with base and structure in chrome-plated, satin-finish nickel-plated or white painted metal. Chrome-plated lamp holder. Anodized aluminium reflector. (designer: Livio Castiglioni Piero Castiglioni | year: 1983) - More @ #fontanaarte #light #lamp


Livio castiglioni - Scintilla

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Brionvega TS 503

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Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Livio Castiglioni, Pier Giacomo Castiglioni; Radioricevitore 547 (1940).

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"Boalum" lamp designed by Livio Castiglioni and Gianfranco Frattini for Artemide | Atlas | DesignAddict

Boalum lamp - Artemide

Scintilla AT1S (lighting): Suspension lamp. Lamp-holder structure, plate, cable-holder tubes in chrome-plated, satin nickel-plated or white painted brass. (designer: Livio Castiglioni Piero Castiglioni | year: 1972) - More @ #fontanaarte #light #lamp

Scintilla AT1S | FontanaArte


Table Lamp 61030 By Gae Aulenti & Livio Castiglioni, 1972

Gae Aulenti & Livio Castiglioni; #61030 Chromed And Enameled Metal Table Lamp for Stilnovo, 1972.

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The Fimi-Phonola 547 Radio marked a revolution in the shape and look of radios in Europe in the first half of the past century. Designed by three Italians – Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Livio Castiglioni and Luigi Caccia Dominioni –, it was presented in 1940.