Mass Modern /10 July 2010

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Michele de Lucchi

Cyclos suspension lamp
Artemide
Italy, c. 1980
glass, enameled steel, plastic
27 dia × 44 h in (69 × 112 cm)

Signed with manufacturer's decal label to interior: [Artemide Cyclos sosp De Lucci].

estimate: $500–700
result: $188

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Michele de Lucchi b. 1951

Italian architect and designer Michele de Lucchi was born in Ferrara in 1951. He studied in Padua and Florence founding the radical “Gruppe Cavart” for experimental architectural design. After meeting Ettore Sottsass, he was invited to join Studio Alchimia in Milan and was also involved with the Memphis Group design movement. In 1975, de Lucchi graduated in Architecture from the Florence University then taught for two years as an academic assistant.

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