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Flos – Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

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265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

Created by Paolo Rizzatto in 1973, the large 265 wall lamp is now accompanied by a smaller version, the 265 Small, better suited to urban spaces. Both sconces feature a multi-angle rotating head and an adjustable swing arm, which allows the light to be precisely directed where it is needed.

Originally produced in polychrome colours, the 265 wall lamp is also available in two more discreet black and white versions.

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

Materials Reflector, adjustable arm and wall bracket in steel covered with a liquid varnish. Chrome-plated brass reflector support. Conical cast iron counterweight.

Light source E27 - max 75W (bulb not included) Weight 6 kg Warranty 2 years

265 Small

Dimensions 152 x 59,5 x 23,5 cm 

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

265 Small – Chromatica

265 Small – Black

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

265 Small – White

265

Dimensions 205 x 85 x 35 cm 

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

265 – Black

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

265 – White

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

265 – Chromatica

265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973
265 & 265 Small Wall lamp Paolo Rizzatto, 1973

Paolo Rizzatto

Paolo Rizzatto

Paolo Rizzatto, born in Milan in 1941, graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1965. In his studio in Milan, he works independently in the fields of architecture, design and interior design. In 1978, he founded the company Luceplan with Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi. He has produced designs for many Italian and foreign companies: Alias, Arteluce, Artemide, Cassina, Danese, Driade, Fiam, Flos, Guzzini, Knoll, Kartell, Laura Meroni, Lensvelt, Luceplan, Mandarina Duck, Molteni, Montina, Nemo , Philips , Poltrona Frau, Segis, Serralunga, Thonet and Veneta Cucine. He has taught and lectured at several universities: Columbia University in New York, Polytechnic in Milan, Cranbrook Center in Detroit, Washington University in Saint Louis, Moscow Institute of Architecture, University of Palermo and the IUAV in Venice. His works have been published in magazines, catalogs and other publications in Italy and abroad, while his creations have been presented at seminars and exhibitions of architecture and design and are included in the permanent collections of many museums and foundations: the Milan Triennale, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica in Milan and Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He has won numerous awards, including four Premi Compassi d'oro in 1981, 1989, 1995, 2008 and 2011 and the International Design Competition for the "Darsena di Milano" in 2004.