Martine Bedin, “Light” lamp in metal and plastic, 1980’s
Martine Bedin, attributed to.
“Light” lamp in metal and plastic with a small half-spherical lampshade, movable thanks to the small joystick with a black round end. Shaft composed by a simple stick, movable thanks to a green plastic wheel system, rolling along a cylindrical dark green metal stick, forming a quarter circle. It stands on a grey metal cylinder, openworked on sides.
Mégalit edition, dated from 1985.
Functional electrical system.
Dimensions : H 65 x W 20 x P 20 cm.
Reference : LS4198501
Martine Bedin (1957) is a French architect and designer. She studied in Paris and then in Florence where she met Adolfo Natalini in 1978 and began to work in its design studio : Superstudio. Closed to the Italian radical movement, she joined the Memphis Group at its beginning in 1981 and created items and lightings with original colors and shapes. The movement ended in 1989 and deeply marked the design history.
Then she taught in many universities and continued to create, first for industry and then unique pieces of design. In 1993, she received the Medal of Letters and Arts.
Made in Italy, Les grands noms du Design, Vercelli, éd White Star, 2011, p. 118-119-120
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