Ferruccio Laviani - Kartell - Hanging lamp - Gè Kristal - Kavel 2

Ferruccio Laviani - Kartell - Hanging lamp - Gè Kristal - Kavel 2
Italy - 2000-Present - Plastic, Steel (stainless)

A beautiful Italian design by Italian designer Ferruccio Laviani voor Kartell Italy: pendant light model Gè Kristal in good, working condition, made of polycarbonate, a design from 2005.

Dimensions: lamp shade diameter 37 cm x lamp shade height 26 cm Wire length: approx. 110 cm.
Material: PMMA (Polycarbonate).
Light source: E27 light bulb is not included with this lot.

The Gè Kristal pendant light is mounted using a rosette in decorated polycarbonate, which shape reminds of an antique Venetian chandelier. It consists of a lamp shade with a surface tooled to have a plissé effect. Completely made of polycarbonate. The length of the cord is adjustable up to a length of 110 cm.

PLEASE NOTE: you will have to assemble the lamp yourself.

Background information:
Ferruccio Laviani (1960) was born in the Italian city Cremona and was raised with art and design from a very early age. He studied both architecture and design and got his diploma in 1986. In 1990 Laviani really established his name in the world of design. Ferruccio Laviani enjoys combining modern design with classic historical trends.

Condition fitting age and use, such as a few signs of wear like stains and a little dusty. No claim possible about this after purchase.

Please have a good look at the photos for a correct impression of the offered lot.

Will be sent well-packaged and registered, by PostNL Parcel Service, in the Netherlands and abroad. Please also visit our Catawiki page catawiki.grooveydesign.nl for other vintage lots.

Lot details
Hanging lamp
Plastic, Steel (stainless)
Designer/ Artist
Ferruccio Laviani
Manufacturer/ Brand
Model/ Name
Gè Kristal - Kavel 2
Estimated Period
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
26×37×0 cm
1.8 kg
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