The Galerie is design by Federico Peri in 2017.
The distinguishing feature of Galerie is the diffuser, which is inspired by both aesthetically and functionally by the antique oil lamps of the Belle Époque. Hand-blown in four layers of glass, where the outer and the inner layers are of two different colors, it reads as white when turned off, then as amber once lit.
This is a dimmable Floor lamp that emits diffused light and can be controlled using a switch button. Its frame is crafted from painted metal and features a sandblasted Carrara marble wall support. The lamp consists of three diffusers that can be positioned at varying heights. Each diffuser is composed of four layers of blown glass, each layer showcasing a different color. This unique construction allows for a dual coloring effect: a satin white appearance when the lamp is off and a warm amber glow when it is switched on.
The lamp includes a leather diffuser support and is equipped with a black power cable, switch, and plug. It comes with a plug-in power supply that includes interchangeable plugs suitable for the UK, USA, EU, and China.
The lamp is integrated with energy-efficient LED technology.
SIZE: Medium Ø29cm x 155cm H | Large Ø29cm x 195cm H
The Galerie is also equipped with a leather strap that allows the fixture to be hung in different positions on the structure. In the floor version, the lamp is available for two uses: a reading lamp with one diffuser, to create the ideal atmosphere for reading, and a floor lamp with three diffusers positioned at different heights, for adjustable ambient lighting. The family also includes a wall version. The combination of materials (glass, leather, metal and marble), unprecedented in a lamp, makes the Galerie family particularly rich, and at the same time elegant and balanced. Galerie expresses the memory of days gone by in a contemporary key.
Federico Peri was born in 1983 in the province of Treviso. After completing his university degree in Milan at the faculty of interior design of the European Institute of Design, he moved to Paris on an artist residency grant. During this period, rich in international cross-contaminations and design stimuli, he began his professional career with a passion for the great masters.