Emily Lamps by Annarosa Romano, Bruno Menegon & Ceneda for ModoLuce

From the large windows of her Victorian house, the great Emily Dickinson used to read the landscape, and thanks to the light passing through, bountiful emotions appeared and later became part of her poem. This is the thought which inspired the three designers of Emily: table lamp, single suspension or in a cluster composition characterised by soft asymmetries. A bright object which can be algid and bring to mind primordial ice if white, or evoke the deep atmosphere of the hearthstone in the amber-coloured version.

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