265 is a direct light emission wall lamp, designed by Paolo Rizzatto in 1973 who conceives a special lamp, adjustable from top to bottom and from right to left. This particular is its strong point, in addition to the arm length of 205 cm, which also allows decentralized lighting in a large radius of the room, and is hooked to the wall through a triangular bracket in painted steel that leaves a large mobility. The 265 is also characterized by its conical cast iron counterweight located in the final part of the steel arm, which makes it possible to adjust the latter.
The reflector support is in chromed brass and its reduced size, combined with the rounded shape of the support, gives a sense of softness to the whole lamp. The power cable runs along the entire metal arm and ends with a plug connection. Thanks to its thin and linear but sturdy lines, 265 will become the protagonist of the environments with grace, adapting to any room in the home and work spaces. The light source is not included.