Early Triennale Floor Lamp

By Angelo Lelii for Arredoluce

Italy, 1950s
Designed by Angelo Lelii of Arredoluce, the Triennale, model 2128, is a classic adjustable three-arm counter-balance floor lamp. The chromed-steel modernist lamp is linear and dynamic. A slim center pole rises from a tri-legged base; the three arms can be moved up or down and tightened in place. The conical diffuser shades swivel omnidirectionally. The ends of the arms and the shades are enameled, alternately, in black, red, and white. The tripod base has its original foot switch.

The listed height is from the base to the top of the highest arm when fully extended (excluding the shade). The width and depth are the distance from one foot to another. Each arm measures 46 inches long from the end of the handle to the furthest reach of the shade.

Manufacturer's mark impressed on base: Arredoluce Monza.

Good. Wear consistent
with age and use.
Height: 79 in (200.66 cm)
Width: 20.5 in (52.07 cm)
Depth: 20.5 in (52.07 cm)
Chrome, aluminum

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