1970 Joe Colombo creates Triedro for Stilnovo.
For this project, Joe was inspired by observing how the bulbs that photographers used to control light in their studios, he thought that if a lamp as a furnishing element could have many functions, it would become a very interesting object. When he planned Triedro, he decided to make it with three metal plates that would be able to cover the light so that it would not glare. A lamp that would be useful in many ways, on the floor, the wall, ceiling ...”
Ignazia Favata, from an interview given (March 2013) at the Joe Colombo Studio.
It was once again necessary to depend on the close collaboration with the architect, Ignazia Favata, who permitted an interpretation from the original technical drawings in order to provide an accurate basis of working procedures for nthe consultants Franco Pagliarini and Roberto Fiorato, and which meant that Stilnovo could add Triedro to his collection.
Lamp adjustable in every direction. White painted metal with black details. Available with clip, for the wall or ground.
White body with black details.