Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutral materials can suit interiors from modern to traditional.
Satined glass shade offers diffuse light.
The concealed wall plate mounts to a standard junction box.
A prolific, versatile designer, Michele De Lucchi organizes his work into clearly defined periods that take shape along the path of his personal artistic trajectory. Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design he chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti, desk lamps for Artemide, and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing exhibitions, banks in Germany, apartment buildings in Japan, assorted chairs, vases, and office furniture.
De Lucchi reminds one of Alexander Calder, if only in spirit, for the way in which his precisely engineered objects ally themselves with the young at heart through playful tectonics and the use of color. Unlike Calder, he has no consistent style that carries through his body of work... Read more >