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Zero Visibility table lamp, Matteo Thun and Andrea Lera, Bieffeplast 1985

A rare, original 1980's table lamp from one of the founders of the influential Memphis Milano design group.

Part of a series of lamps in the shape of a city scape, this lamp is the spectacle of the series; a boxing ring. But ironically, as the name implies, there is nothing to see. Of course it is a pun, because it is a lamp it will make things visible. Or should we interpret the shade literally as the shape of a zero?

The lamp may look as a toy, but the production is high quality. The base, as well as the switch are made of lacquered metal, the shade is opaline glass.

The lamp is in a good vintage condition A tiny spot of lacquer loss on the base and residue of glue on some of the corners (mostly in the back)

  • Designer

    Matteo Thun and Andrea Lera
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  • Year of design

  • Country

  • Materials

    Metal, opaline glass
  • Dimensions

    20 × 20 × 34 cm
  • Condition

    Good with light usermarks
  • Price

    Sold: France

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