- Teak Commode with Steel Legs Italy, 1960.
- Lámpara de vidrio “Rio” por Giusto Toso para Leucos, Italy, 1977.
Lámpara de vidrio “Rio” por Giusto Toso para Leucos, Italy, 1977.
Lámpara de mesa modelo “ Rio´´ diseñada por Giusto Toso para Leucos . Se compone de una pantalla cónica de cristal opalino soplado a mano con tapa de cristal naranja, sostenida por una base de aluminio lacado en blanco.
Born in Murano in 1939, Giusto Toso's lights are part of the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum. He is specialized in industrial design, architecture and interior design. In the field of glass, he started working at his father's glass factory “Fratelli Toso”, and since 1969 he collaborates with Leucos.
Measurements: 20 x 30 (h) cm
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Hanging lamp, Stilnovo style, with brass structure. Designed by IKB191. Radial structure with eight brass rods and sixteen light points with two-colored cups.
Measurements: 150 x 150 x 160 (h) cm
Ceiling lamp model “Ice glass” designed and produced by JT Kalmar. Lampshade made of lucite in the shape of ice crystals on a metal frame. Six points of light.
Measurements: 37 X 37 X 68 (h) cm
Ceiling lamp designed by Gaetano Sciolari in the sixties, made of chromed tubular steel and lucite at the ends with nine light points.
Measurements: 64 x 64 x 62 (h) cm