Buonanotte Lamp design Giovanni Luigi Gorgoni by Stilnovo
The Buonanotte Lamp is designed by Luigi Gorgoni for Stilnovo. The name Buonanotto (good night) already indicates why Giovanni initially designed the lamp. As a beautiful and practical lamp for next to the bed. Over the years it has become an ideal decorative lamp for any place in the house. The light comes from a white glass sphere, with the two movable quarter round discs to direct or shield the light. The Buonanotte lamp is available in white, blue, red or yellow. It has a diameter of 18 cm and is 19 cm high. The lamp is operated with an on / off switch on the cord.
The Buonanotte lamp comes with an environmentally friendly LED light source. The light source is a 5 Watt LED light source with a light output comparable to a 40 Watt incandescent lamp. The color of the light is 2700K, which we experience as warm light.
Giovanni Luigi Gorgoni
Giovanni Luigi Gorgoni started out as a student of Gio Ponti, Ernesto Nathan Rogers and Vittorio Gregotti. He graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan. As an independent freelance professional, he was able to express himself in the most diverse design sectors: from architecture to urban development and product design. He has carried out prestigious projects for Milan, Rome, Madonna di Campiglio, Porto Cervo, Benghazi, Misurata, Tripoli, Jeddah, Paris, Cannes, Lyon, Yaoundé, London and New York. In 2007 he received the VIA prize from the French Association for Industry and Design.
Stilnovo was founded in Milan in 1946 by Bruno Gatta. It has become an impressive brand with lighting designed by the best Italian designers. After decades of success, confirmed by the many lamps on display in the most important design museums in the world, Stilnovo interrupts its path in the late 1980s to restart it more than thirty years later – in 2019 – thanks to the acquisition by Linea Light Group: a new opportunity to carry on a glorious history that began more than 70 years ago, thanks to the reissue of historical pieces from Joe Colombo, from Gae Aulenti to Ettore Sottsass, to Cini Boeri, De Pas D’Urbino Lomazzi, Danilo, Giovanni Luigi Gorgoni, Corrado Aroldi and Antonio Macchi Cassia.