White, Black, Blue, Orange, Ivory, Pistachio, or Red
Incandescent: (1)100 Watts
Luceplan was established for the purpose of designing & producing modern lighting, both for interior and exterior applications aimed to enhance the quality of living. As such, Energy saving is and has been a top priority and cannot be confined to the ratio of lighting to energy consumption: rather, it must embrace the environmental compatibility of Luceplans whole operation _ from choice of materials to the Luceplan lights manufacturing process, from product durability to product maintenance. If an object _ in this case a designer lighting product, by Luceplan _ is to last, it needs to be beautiful as well as technologically sound. But a long-lasting Luceplan Lighting product also offers better environmental compatibility and it outlives fashions.
The quality of the Luceplan working environment
At Luceplan, we want even what happens in the factory to live up to our product choices, which are: beauty, quality, and functionality; but also and especially: the environmental compatibility of Luceplans whole production process _ from choice of materials used for Luceplan lights to the selection of suppliers, from packaging to the management of relations with our sales network and with the customers themselves. The environment in which Luceplan operates complies to this necessity to be true to a number of underlying policies: to create the best possible working atmosphere, and to contribute to an intelligent use of spaces and structures.
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Paolo Rizzatto (Milan, 1941) graduated in Architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1965. In his Milanese studio he works asa freelance in the fields of architecture, interior design and design.
In 1978 he founded the company Luceplan with Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi. He has produced designs for many Italian and foreign companies: Alias, Arteluce, Artemide, Cassina, Danese, Driade, Fiam, Flos, Guzzini, Knoll, Kartell, Laura Meroni, Lensvelt, Luceplan, Mandarina Duck, Molteni, Montina, Nemo, Philips, Poltrona Frau, Segis, Serralunga, Thonet and Veneta Cucine.
He has taught courses and given lectures at a number of universities: Columbia University in New York, Milan Polytechnic, the Cranbrook Center in Detroit, Washington University in Saint Louis, the Architecture Institute in Moscow, Palermo University and the IUAV in Venice.
His works have been published in magazines, catalogues and other publications in Italy and abroad, while his designs have been presented at seminars and exhibitions of architecture and design and are included in the permanent collections of numerous museums and foundations: the Milan Triennale, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica in Milan and Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
He has won many awards, including four Premi Compassi d’oro in 1981, 1989, 1995, 2008 and 2011 and the International Competition of Design for the “Darsena di Milano” in 2004.