Visionary and futurist designer, Joe Colombo designed the Colombo lamp in 1970 on the thrust of the fast diffusion of the halogen light source. The project is in fact one of the first domestic lamps to use the new light bulb. Colombo's design itself (base, chromed stem and adjustable reflector) responds to the needs of clean lines and technological functionalism that accompany the thought and design of the great designer. On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Colombo family has been updated in the modern dimmable LED version. The Colombo 761/L is, in fact, LED with a power of 24 Watts. The light temperature is 2700 Kelvin with a luminous flux of 4100 Lumens. It also has direct and indirect light, with an adjustable and height-adjustable reflector. It is available in bronze or black versions.
Retro Vintage Design
Materials: Steel base. Aluminum reflector.
Light source: 24W LED (integrated)
Light temperature: 2700K (warm light)
Luminous flux: 4100lm
Light emission: Direct and Indirect
Swiveling and Adjustable
Integrated black cable
Available colors: Laquered black with Chromium-plated stem or Bronze with black stem