A fabulous floor lamp in glowing chrome and luminous plastic. This chrome-plated standard floor lamp was designed by Harvey Guzzini in the 1970s and casts a typical Guzzini glow of softly diffused light. The Quadrifoglio (Italian for four-leaf clover) was created in 1974 by the company’s internal design team and has been a solid piece in Guzzini’s collection for a long time. Its design is commonly, but wrongfully, attributed to Gae Aulenti, probably because of certain resemblances to her famous Pipistrello lamp. With one bulb casting it’s light upwards and three others sitting within the body of the lamp, this impressive lamp gives a very pleasant warm light and remains in fantastic original condition.
H165 x W51 x D51cm