The Globe Pendant MFR ID: OL-THE GLOBE 827 NICKEL
454440 The Globe Pendant 106 Oluce Srl
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The Globe Pendant

By Joe Colombo, for Oluce Srl
$1,190.00 - $1,520.00

Width:
7.8”

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MFR ID: OL-THE GLOBE 827 NICKEL
ITEM #: OLC454440
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List Price: $1,700.00
$1,190.00

Designed by Joe Colombo  read more...

The Globe Pendant designed by Joe Colombo, features Transparent blown glass with a Satin Nickel finish. Internal turned metal reflector holds the bulb. Available in small and large sizes. For small: One 60 watt, 120 volt B10 Candelabra base incandescent bulb is required, but not included. For large: One 60 watt, 120 volt A19 Medium base incandescent bulb is required, but not included. CE listed. Small: 7.8 inch width x 7 inch height x 118 inch maximum length. Large: 11.8 inch width x 10.6 inch height x 118 inch maximum length.


  • Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Shade Color: Transparent
  • Size: 118"L x 7.8"W x 7"H
  • Dimmer: Incandescent
  • Labels: CE  
About Oluce Srl
A pioneer of Italian Design, Oluce is the oldest Italian lighting design company that is still active today. Oluce is characterized by progressive and cutting edge fixtures. Oluce was one of the first manufacturers to hire top designers like Vico Magistretti, Joe Colombo, Tito Agnoli, Marco Romanelli, Ferdi Giardini and Francesco Rota. Oluce's famous designs for outdoor lighting, table and floor lamps and wall sconces are now available as re-editions. See more from Oluce Srl

In 1970, Italian designer Joe Colombo designed the first fixture using a halogen bulb. Lighting company O Luce began production of the resulting lamp one year after Colombo's untimely death, and named the piece "Colombo" in his honor. Even after three decades, the lamp is an unsurpassed icon of design that is both functional and contemporary. Joe Colombo was an important figure in Milan architecture and design studies. After beginning a career as an artist in the early 1950s, he threw himself into planning, design, and research - both artistic and scientific. His designs are remarkable for their success as sculpture and/or architecture even as they employ new materials and emergent technologies.

Mr. Colombo's contribution to the design world is both wide and deep. For Kartell, Colombo designed the famous Universal Chair in 1968. His "Acrylica" table lamp of 1962 cemented his reputation as one of the greatest designers of the day. Between 1964-1966 he designed a family of waterproof outdoor "Fresnel" lights with a shade retained by steel clips. This was followed in 1965 by the "Spider" group, in which a single lighting fixture, designed for a special horizontal spot light, was assembled - thanks to a melamine joint - in a variety of situations (home/office) and on different supports (table/floor/wall/ceiling), thus coining the concept of a"family"of lamps.

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