Similar in function to Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni’s Arco lamp, Paolo Rizzatto’s Model 265 lamp was designed with the idea of combining the pivoting arm function of a task lamp and, through its sheer size and placement on a wall, to both dramatically extend and direct light within the interior of a space with the use of a wall outlet and power cord. The scale of the Model 265 lamp is formidable and will literally “loom large” on any wall where it is affixed. Similarly engaging is Model 265’s ability to recontextualize other objects within a space – unexpectedly dwarfing them. That Model 265 lamp uses a power cord and regular wall outlet affords great flexibility for placement on a wall.
The Model 265 lamp features a wall-mounted bracket, adjustable arm, and diffuser hood in painted finish steel; arm is counter-balanced with a painted cast iron, beautifully tapered handle. 80” power cord plugs into a standard outlet. Model 265 is available in two finishes – black or white.
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