The immediate success of the Asola table lamp led Ligne Roset and Evangelos Vasileiou to further develop the range with the addition of a spectacular floor lamp. Constructed according to the same principle, the Asola Floor Lamp offers extreme purity of form. The simple association of two cylindrical forms of differing heights and diameters, confers an air of clarity, a guarantee of timeless seduction.
Asola Floor Lamp is a glimpse of the Seventies and Eighties, as much in terms of the material used – perforated steel – and its white colour as its stylised mushroom-like shape. The latter evokes the emblematic lights of the period such as Giancarlo Mattioli’s Nesso light (1967) or Mario Botta’s Shogun (1986), which was designed for Artemide.
The floor lamp is constructed with stem and shade made of two perforated steel cylinders. The upper section of the cylinder-stem has an anti-glare dome in steel. Epoxy white lacquer finish. White PVC cable and white foot-operated dimmer switch.
Designed by Evangelos Vasileiou