Fortuny Centenario Floor Lamp

To celebrate 100 years of the Fortuny Lamp, Pallucco has introduced the Century model, designed to enhance the very clean and pure lines of the Fortuny collection with its discretely elegant but utterly modern use of white. The modernity of this lamp goes beyond the here and now, with silver rays in a kinetic – futuristic rhythmic sequence, a clear sign of a dynamic launch towards the future. Learn more about The Fortuny Floor Lamp below: FEATURES | SPECIFICATIONS | DESIGN FEATURES: -Floor lamp -Fortuny Collection -Designed by Mariano Fortuny Y Madrazo -Outer fabric in Century white -Internal fireproof fabric with a silver print -Body finished with an epoxy powder coat in white to match fabric -Rotates and has an adjustable height mechanism Back to top SPECIFICATIONS: -Accommodates (1) 500 watt (E 40 fitting) incandescent bulb (included) -Overall dimensions: 75" - 94" H x 37" W x 32" D Specifications Back to top Mariano Fortuny Y Madrazo View all of Mariano Fortuny Y Madrazo's designs The brilliant enigmatic Mariano Fortuny was born into a family of renowned artists in Granada, Spain 1871. Altough he quickly proved talented as a painter, it soon became clear that painting was only one of his many artistic gifts! Fortuny travelled extensively, seeking influence from great European artists like Eleonora Duse and the Austrian poet Hofmannasthal. Richard Wagner, best known for his musical compositions, but also for being a profound thinker and writer, deeply influenced Fortuny. A meeting with Wagner’s family in 1892, helped him to define his aesthetic ideals and introduce him into new disciplines: scenography and lighting engineering. In that period he developed a revolutionary system for illuminating the stage trying to create a complete fusion between the last music significant and the theatrical painting. He modernized stage lighting and set design by engineerring the Fortuny Dome, which employed his theories in indirect and diffused light and brought him to created one of the first dimmer switches. Constant curiosity made the industrious Fortuny a multidisciplinar artist, first a painter, then a photographer, an architect and inventor. He was truly a Reinaissence man who made his own photographic paper, bound his own books, and designed his own lamps. His influence on modern life are often unrecognized, but no less immeasurable. In 1897, Fortuny met his muse Henriette Negrin in Paris. She moved to his home and studio in Venice, the Palazzo Orfei, in 1902 and there they set the photografic studio wher

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