The Atollo for many years now is no longer a lamp or rather not just a lamp. It is a myth, an icon: one of the most accepted symbols in the world of design, one of the very few products that everyone recognizes and calls by name. Designed by Vico Magistretti in 1977, in 1979 it won the Compasso d'Oro and since then it has become part of the permanent collections of the major design museums, but it also becomes part of the furnishings of many homes inhabited by people who love and know choose the things around them. The secret probably lies in the geometric construction of its forms. Luminous sculpture from which nothing can be removed, nothing can be added.
Atollo 233, the largest version of the family, is made of metal with a bronze finish and has a direct light emission. The light source is 2 dimmable LED bulbs of max 100W with E27 socket, NOT included. Black universal dimmer included.