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Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri | Campanule Lamp

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The ‘Campanule’ lamp is characterized by a big head supported by a thin stem, a bit like a bellflower (thus the name).

By creating a warm and diffused spotlight it makes a nice companion for the desk, the bedside table or next to any other scene to be illuminated.

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Campanule is made from powder coated metal and comes in three colours.

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Daniel Debiasi (1981), graduated in Industrial Design at the Politecnico di Milano, and Federico Sandri (1977), graduated in Industrial Design at the IUAV University in Venice, met during a shared work experience in Milan where they both led projects for several international design companies.

In 2010 they founded their joint design partnership Something based in London (UK) and Verona (Italy).

Interested in the connection of products with their surrounding they design objects in relation to spatial, cultural, behavioural and emotional influences, aiming to push the boundaries of design by working across its disciplines.

Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri work with renowned clients such as Antoniolupi, Ligne Roset, Marazzi Group, Schönbuch and Villeroy & Boch among others.

Their work has been featured in many international Architecture and Design Magazines.

Architects: Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri 
Project: Campanule for Ligne Roset
 
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