Photographs of bygone eras, in which the divas of Cinecittà and Hollywood wore beautiful pleated and flowing skirts, inspired
the design of the Plissé lamp, which takes its name precisely from these garments.
“Plissé” is also a term that appears in the old Milanese common expression: “la fa gnanca on plissee”, which literally means “it doesn’t make a single crease” (i.e. it makes perfect sense).
Designed by architect Daniela Puppa, also a successful professional in the world of fashion, this wall or ceiling lamp is available in surprising and refined pop colours.
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