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Pochette Wall Sconce

c. 2003

by Rodolfo Dordoni
for Flos

Trans­lated from Italian as clutch bag”, the Pochette indoor wall sconce by Rodolfo Dordoni makes good use of less mate­r­ial to glow an upward indi­rect light. This contem­po­rary wall sconce has a single dimma­ble light source in the tradi­tional recessed series, and satin-finish Pyrex glass protec­tion. The struc­ture is pres­sure die-cast Zamak allow, and is avail­able in a matte grey or bronze liquid paint or a chrome-plated finish. The molded steel, galva­nized white wall attach­ment contains the wall attach­ment system as well as the electrical devices. 

Rodolfo Dordoni

Italy (1954)

As a designer, Rodolfo Dordoni has created a career of collaboration, through designing furniture and objects for the home with a wide array of companies. Born in Milan in 1954, Dordoni graduated with a degree in architecture from Milan Polytechnic. He soon began designing for Artemide, working on their glass collection; eventually becoming their art director. Dordoni then transitioned to working for Cappellini from 1979 - 1989. He has since created lines for or work directly with Cassina, Minotti, Flos, Dornbracht, Fontana Arte, Moroso, Roda, and Venini. In 2005 he created his own architecture firm, Dordoni Archietti, which focuses on architectural planning, interior design, and exhibit design. His work is often considered to be simple and intuitive; much of his design process goes beyond the object itself and focuses on the marketing campaign that will feature the piece or line.

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