Anna

Anna

Paolo Tilche

1962

“To be honest, all my lamps don’t shed much light;  they are primarily objects”, said Paolo Tilche, the eclectic Milanese architect and entrepreneur. The Anna table lamp — a very simple conical lampshade with a single perforated steel rod that forms the base and houses the electric cable — is the creation that contradicts him. Its sleek lines shed both direct and indirect light by illuminating the surface below it and the walls, room and everything around it.

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