Ishtar Lamp

by Federico Fontanella Studio Italy

3.050 incl. tax
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Estimated production time: 4 weeks

Dimension LxWxH (cm): 30x30x50
Open Editions Material : Iron, Neon Lighting
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The name is a clear reference to the Ishtar Gate, the main entrance to the city of Babylon.
This lamp by Federico Fontanella is the first element of a concept collection featuring several objects inspired by architectural elements found within the most important city in history.
The metal structure is cut by a beam of light that recreates accent lighting under the vault and diffused lighting in the room.

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Weight 20 kg
Dimensions 40 × 40 × 60 cm
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About the designer

Federico Fontanella moved to Milan in 2012 to study first at the European Institute of Design and then to attend a master\'s degree in Lighting Design at the Milan Polytechnic. After several experiences among companies and design studios such as Driade, iGuzzini, Federico Peri Studio and Studio D\'Alesio&Santoro, he decided to start his own design studio going into different areas of design, such as lighting design, collectible and furniture design.

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