La Ruspa Lamp by Gae Aulenti for Martinelli Luce. Icon of Design by Gae Aulenti. The Martinelli Luce Ruspa Lamp by Gae Aulenti is a stunning piece of Italian lighting design. La Ruspa is one of the most beautiful Italian design classics! Available with a single-arm or four-arm diffuser. La Ruspa; a design so fluid, a form so simple for an object so functional. Gae Aulenti's Ruspa Lamp is one of the most beautiful Italian lamps ever created! The La Ruspa Table Lamp was designed by Italian designer Gae Aulenti for Martinelli Luce Italy in 1968.
La Ruspa is perhaps the most iconic creation by legendary designer Gae Aulenti, a provocative Italian architect and product designer who most notably converted a Paris train station into the Musée d'Orsay. With La Ruspa, Gae Aulenti and Martinelli Luce made these table lamps in a very special way. The special feature of La Ruspa is the independent rotation of the two reflectors of each lamp shade. La Ruspa is a real collectors piece for those who appreciate Italian design classics.
This Fantastic Italian Modern Design Lamp Illustrates Aulenti's Complete Oeuvre Which Includes The World-famous Musée D'orsay, Stage Designs For Theater And Opera, A Villa In St. Tropez, Exhibition Designs For The 2001 Milan Triennale, And The Remodeling Of The Palazzo Grassi In Venice, Among Many Other Highly Visible Designs. Gae Aulenti Is One Of The World's Most Prominent Architects, And Her Prodigious Output Encompasses Museum And Theater Design, Industrial And Exhibition Design, Furniture, Graphics, Urban Planning, And Architecture.