Eccentric and futuristic floor lamp made by the great wood and parchment designer ALDO TURA from the 1950s. The lamp is made with many and precious peculiarities and also different realizations. In fact through the complexity it can be called a true work of art. In the lamp we can denote great mastery in wood, in fact we find throughout its perimeter handmade carvings by Aldo Tura. Its tapered, carved legs lead into three brass feet, which act as a support for its entire structure. Above them we find a tray with a brass ashtray and two conical wooden holders. The lamp rises via two black metal tubes. Completing this magnificent lamp is its wooden cap that protects the parchment light holder. This lamp looks like a futuristic vision meant to evoke an enchanted forest. His works are synonymous with classic and timeless design, first-rate Italian craftsmanship and furniture with a unique character.
Aldo Tura was a famous Italian designer also known as the “master of parchment.”
Height: 180 cm ( 70,87 in.)
Width: 55 cm (21,65 in.)
Depth: 90 cm (35,43 in.)
In original period condition. The lamp is working, has light scratches and a defect on the shade, but overall in good condition.