Macchina Minima N°8 Plafond
Machina Minima N ° 8 is a particular ceiling lamp designed by the great designer Michele De Lucchi and produced by the Italian brand Produzione Privata. Made of parchment paper, gray painted metal and turned brass counterweight.
Minimal Machines are minimal because they have nothing more than what is needed to make them work well and for a long time, because in the minimum it is easier to recognize the quality of shapes and matter, because minimal refers to an idea of art, because art is Man. The Minima Machine no.8 is an up-and-down revolving lamp. The combination of the two arm movements favors more positions and gives the lamp considerable mobility. Rod and rosette are made of painted metal. The lampshade is in parchment paper, the counterweight in turned brass. Minimal Machines are machines because they work like small machines; they move, move, get up, lower themselves, solve problems and satisfy needs.
Light source: 1 x max 27 W (E27) fluorescent