davide g. aquini places round marble in novecento table lamps davide g. aquini places round marble in novecento table lamps
nov 10, 2013

davide g. aquini places round marble in novecento table lamps

davide g. aquini places round marble in novecento table lamps
all images courtesy of davide g. aquini



taking cues from the early 20th century art deco movement, ‘novecento’ by italian designer davide g. aquini is a collection of contrasting LED table lamps. the thick marble discs rest on triangular, metal structures with brass or green-water finish. the lights are produced in two versions, one is made from black marquinia and the other breccia. even when the light turned is off, ‘novecento’ functions as a visual display piece as each piece is different with unique veins and speckles dotted on their shiny surfaces. 



close up of the round marble pieces and the triangular brass or green-water structure


close up of the black marquinia and breccia marble used in ‘novecento’ by davide g. aquini



‘novecento’ in black marquinia marble and brass structure



‘novecento’ illuminated



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