Made in the new Limited Edition Chromatica, launched at the Milan Furniture Fair 2021, 265 was designed by Paolo Rizzatto in 1973. In its original idea, the lamp was a tribute to the color of the painting, in fact with the presence of the primary colors blue, yellow and red, each color defined a key element of the design. Highlighting each element of the lamp was Rizzatto's way of designing: assigning a color to each part helped to communicate the project.
The design of the 265 is as simple and intuitive as it is technical and precise: a suspension wall lamp, consisting of a hat and a weight, each balanced at the ends of an adjustable arm and fixed to the wall in an asymmetrical position. The hat, the most important element, is drawn in red, the weight is in yellow and the connecting arm in blue. It was originally conceived for a traditional living room, of standard size, as it can be oriented in any direction to illuminate the space. Being a versatile lamp, today it is perfect for any environment; in the living room, office or reading corner, a bedroom, etc. Its light source is a 10W LED bulb with E27 socket, 2700K/3000K dimmable, not included. This new color, rich in surprising chromatic tones, is perfect for classic and modern environments, making the entire room unique and classy, with a touch of history.