It is designed to endure through time through its pure design language intended to counter constantly changing fashions and trends, as well the use of LEDs as a light source. The lamp prototype is manufactured by bending a machined piece of solid surface material around a mold.
"The terrarium floor lamp emerged from experimentation with two things: touch dimming lamps and terrarium lamps. The goal was to merge the two in a unique way that would provide a larger upright lamp with the pleasant functionality of adjusting the brightness with a touch of the finger. You need only tap the steel bar to select one of four brightness levels, which is an elegant and ergonomic solution to the floor lamp switch."
A 1972 design by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi for the label Cini & Nils.
The lamp's cover serves as an on/off switch and reflector at the same time, allowing you to adjust the ambient brightness.
10cm L x 10cm W x 11cm H (4"L x 4"W x 4.3"H).