Cinquanta Suspension Design Vittoriano Vigano for Astep
The Cinquanta Suspension Lamp is designed by the Italian architect Vittoriano Vigano in 1951. Now re-released by Astep. The Cinquanta ceiling light is a double Rod light with two different reflectors. These reflectors are rotatable and by the special construction it is possible to light a space in many ways. The span of the lamp is a whopping 190 cm, the arms of the lamp are each 100 cm long and they have an enormous range. This particular design from 1951 is now re-released with LED lighting. Available in the following color combinations where the frame is always black: 2 black reflectors, 1 red and 1 Black 1 white and 1 black reflector. The LED light sources are submitted by Smuk design at no extra cost.
The light source of the Cinquanta Suspension has two 12 Watt LED light sources corresponding to the light output of 2 pieces of a 75 Watt conventional light bulb. The color of the light is 2700 K, what we experience as warm white light. The LED Light sources are included with the delivery of the lamp.
Astep is a Danish design label with Italian roots. The family Sarfatti,Grandfather Gino, Father Riccardo and son Alessandro Sarfatti are the founders of this beautiful lighting brand. They bring in addition to famous classics from the 50 years also new products with very innovative techniques on the market. Astep creates new products for the home, objects that give digital technologies a more meaningful standing in our domestic lives. Honoring evolution in design, they also re-edit iconic objects: timeless works by Gino Sarfatti and Vittoriano Viganò that were born from the same optimistic forward-thinking attitude that continues to inspire us today.
Vittoriano Vigano was born in Milan in 1919. He he graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic School of Milan in 1944. Vittoriano worked in different fields from industrial design to architecture. Vittoriano was Art Director of Arteluce, the company founded by Gino Sarfatti. For Arteluce he designed numerous luminaires as well as the flagship store in via della Spiga in Milan.