A simple sphere resting on a cone that serves as a base, seemingly precariously balanced: Bilia is the lamp designed by Giò Ponti for FontanaArte in 1932, the perfect combination of basic geometric shapes that form an object with a unique and unmistakable design. With diffused light and dimmer button, Bilia is made of glass and galvanised metal. Featured in the exclusive Treccani Emporium showcase, this special FontanaArte lamp is available in the mini version, with a diameter of only 12 cm and 26 cm high, and in a sophisticated satin-finish nickel-plated and brushed white version. It is a prime example of the exceptional balance of style and subtle elegance typical of the creations of this historic company, which specialises in glass working and in the production of furnishing items.
Glass and galvanised metal
Dimmable diffused light
Satin nickel-plated finish
Dimensions ø 12 x 26 x 12 cm
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