‘MEANDER’ WALL LIGHTS

DESIGN: C. CASATI AND E. PONZIO 1970IES

PRODUCER: RAAK

MEASUREMENTS: W 50, H 25, D 11 CM

PRICE: ON REQUEST

Set of 6 large metal lights produced by the Raak lighting company in the 1970ies. Italian design by Cesare Casati and Emanuele Ponzio. The typical seventies design capture the artistic spirit of the Zero Art movement and predict the Memphis era. The fixtures are made out of sheet metal elements forming a powerful graphic shape. Behind these elements one porcelain E27 bulbholder is hidden, which provides a diffuse light to the surroundings and give accent to the graphic shapes.

Fixtures are suitable for build-in-wall and outside wiring up to 240 volt, also for modern LED bulbs. The lights can also be used as a table light. Very good and complete condition, with only minimal usermarks. Great opportunity to purchase as a set of 6.

Dutch lighting company Raak ( Amsterdam ) has manufactured a great number of lighting and was one of the leaders in progressive lighting design, together with Anvia and Hala. The company’s design team worked with national and international designers ( E.J. Jelles, Frank Ligtelijn, Nanny Still ).