Carlo Colombo designed Beth Lamp for Oluce
Carlo Colombo was birthed in 1967 at Carimate. In 1993 he finished in Architecture from the Milan Polytechnic, but by 1991 he had actually already made contact with Giulio Cappellini, for whom he designed his first item in 1992: the Kyoto bed, offered at the Salone del Mobile in Milan the exact same year. From this time around on Colombo's work as a designer flowed into hundreds of tasks in cooperation with the prominent companies in the market: Antonio Lupi, Arflex, Artemide, BYografia, Cappellini, DePadova, Emmemobili, EMU, F. lli Guzzini, Flou, Franke, Fusital, iGuzzini, IOC, Paola Lenti, Levi's, Mood-Flexform, Moroso, Nube, Oluce, Penta, Poliform, Poltrona Frau, Riva 1920, Rugiano, Sabattini, Serralunga, Tecno, Teuco, Varenna, Zanotta.In 2004 Colombo was named Designer of the Year in Tokyo. Between 2005 and 2011 he received the International Design Award four times from Elle Decor and he has actually gained rewards for his projects from Gioia Casa and MD Magazine. In 2009 he was just one of the winners of the Good Design Award offered by the European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum. A type of ambassador of Italian design to the community, he offers lectures and seminars in Israel, Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, Ukraine, Australia, Russia, Britain, Brazil and China.Besides item and furnishings style, Colombo carries out company and marketing advertising for firms, deals with graphic layout, curates exhibitions, functions as expert and art director (because 2006 and for Arflex and because 2008 for Stratex). Entrepreneurs were among the first clients for your homes he designed, but they soon commissioned display rooms, sales electrical outlets and manufacturing facilities, like the Poliform Lab establisheded in 2011 in the heart of Brianza. Colombo's job as a designer, originally focused on product and interior design, has been steadily reached the building field in Italy and abroad. In 2009 he won a global competition for the style of two multi-functional towers in Abu Dhabi and his revived passion in architecture has located extent in teaching in China, where he has actually lectured on layout considering that 2011 at the De Tao Masters Academy in Beijing.Do WithOf the various types of floor lamp, the "luminator" is certainly the most noble, the one handled, as a challenge, by the most famous developers. For Oluce, Carlo Colombo offers a completely brand-new analysis, counting totally on the concern. The physical body of the lamp is, as a matter of fact, made up of a painted steel cylinder that tapers upwards to suit the light. The result is an item of downright elegance to which absolutely nothing can be included, and nothing taken away.BethIn the permanent comebacks that appear on a regular basis in the history of form and layout, the magnificent 70s have always been a significant player. Carlo Colombo was influenced by the 70s for his "Beth" layout: a shiny steel cyndrical tube cut at a special angle, meaning the "futuristic" furniture style when sci-fi first came around, full with an internal light, evaluated with a special lens. Its utterly brand-new percentages should have careful evaluation, recommending an intended use someplace between a flooring light and a table light, opening the way for new potential.Bali ArmchairCrinkle up and loosen up in the Bali Armchair by Carlo Colombo. The base is made of tubular stainless steel including to the streamlined shape whilst making a stable structure for the seat.