It's 1966 when Giorgio Gandellini and Anna Lari set up a little workshop in an attic in Northern Italy drove by a great passion for design and for Italian handicraft. Here they started designing, projecting, making and introducing their creations personally to the most important international exhibitions. About us »

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OUR CORDLESS LAMPS

Make your places cosier with our new cordless lamps.
You can move them everywhere… Cordless Lamps »

Last Creations

  • Ambrina

    Our best seller AMBRA now cordless and rechargeable. Available in 20 different finishes.

  • Giadina

    GIADINA, our new cordless lamp with microperforated metal shade.

  • Otta/USB

    OTTA new version with USB charger in the base for tablets and smartphones.

  • Emily

    EMILY, our new cordless lamp. Take it always with you!

  • Ginger & Fred

    The brightest dancers ever seen! Watch the great and lively dance!

  • Techno

    The arm moves up and down and to both sides. It is also telescopic from 139 to 193 cm. The diffuser in chrome polycarbonate sets horizontally to the table.

  • Rally

    Right restyling of a vintage motorbike light. Here proposed in the original black and chrome version. Adjustable upwards and downwards. Cordless and rechargeable.

  • Must/PL

    Must recalls big photographers spot lights. It has a telescopic stem and a Plexiglass diffuser. It rotates up to 360° and it can be oriented upwards, downwards and in the intermediate positions.

  • Tinin

    The spring blooms and our new cordless and rechargeable TININ comes into the world. Available in 20 different finishes.

  • Bonnie & Clyde

    The brightest and funniest couple ever seen! Arms and legs are adjustable. Cordless and rechargeable.

DISCOVER OUR CATALOGUE

More than 50 years of history, more than 100 models in 20 different finishes, in more than 150 pages…it’s all in our catalogue. Enjoy browsing »

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