Topo Base - Historical table lamp, with articulated arms, complete with LED source. Cap, arms and base in metal, handle in heat-insulating material. Available in five finishes. Design by Joe Colombo, 1970.
The Topo lamp designed by Joe Colombo in 1970 is a fascinating object of automotive inspiration: the slits on the shell recall the air intakes of 1960s sports cars, used in the lamp to dissipate heat while avoiding direct glare, and the shape of the lampshade corresponds to the classic E27 bulb housed inside. The resulting shape is reminiscent of a mouse, hence the ironic name. The light is freely adjustable via a small black handle on top of the reflector, which allows you to orient the lamp without burning your fingers, while the articulated arms allow you to extend or retract the lamp at will.
Adjustable cap in painted metal in the glossy white, black, green, chrome and iconic red finishes. The inside of the shell is painted white. The handle is made of black heat-insulating material, the articulated arms are made of metal while the joints are made of black plastic. Support base in black or red metal with black polyethylene finish (the version with clamp is also available in the Product Family).