Table and pendant lamp, widespread light. Diffuser in opal white triplex blown glass. Structure in shiny polished die-casted aluminum. Table version with a nickeled steel base. Dimmable. NEMO G9 Kit LED on request.
- Diffuser in opal white triplex blown glass
- Structure in shiny polished die-casted aluminum
- Shade Height: 20 cm / 7.8 inch
- Shade Diameter: 40 cm / 15.7 inch
- Canopy Diameter: 11 cm / 4.3 inch
- Cable Length: 200 cm / 78.7 inch
- LED/Halogen 6 x 40W max halopin G9 QT-14 (Bulb not included)
- Dimmable according to bulb
Nemo Italianaluce’s table lamps, floor lamps and wall sconces are designed and produced near Milan, Italy. A division of the world-renown Cassina group, Nemo produces lighting designed to illuminate all types of spaces and maximize the unique architectural features of any room. Nemo’s product portfolio, with designs that ranges from the contemporary to traditional, capture the essence and sophistication of contemporary Italian lighting.
Nemo Italianaluce Sirius Pendant Lamp Designed by:
- Carlo Colombo
Carlo Colombo was born in 1967 at Carimate. In 1993 he graduated in Architecture from the Milan Polytechnic, but by 1991 he had already made contact with Giulio Cappellini, for whom he designed his first piece in 1992: the Kyoto bed, presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan the same year.
From this time on Colombo’s work as a designer flowed into hundreds of projects in collaboration with the leading firms in the sector: Antonio Lupi, Arflex, Artemide, BYografia, Cappellini, DePadova, Emmemobili, EMU, F.lli Guzzini, Flou, Franke, Fusital, iGuzzini, IOC, Paola Lenti, Levi’s, Mood-Flexform, Moroso, Nube, Oluce, Penta, Poliform, Poltrona Frau, Riva 1920, Rugiano, Sabattini, Serralunga, Tecno, Teuco, Varenna, Zanotta.
Colombo’s work as a designer, initially focused on product and interior design, has been progressively extended to the construction sector in Italy and abroad. In 2009 he won an international competition for the design of two multi-functional towers in Abu Dhabi and his renewed interest in architecture has found scope in teaching in China, where he has lectured on design since 2011 at the De Tao Masters Academy in Beijing.