Humberto and Fernando Campana with Ghidini1961 Lampada Jackfruit, 2019
Prod. Ghidini 1969
CHARITY AUCTION FOR LUIGI SACCO HOSPITAL IN MILAN, LOTS WITH NO BUYER'S PREMIUM
Lot offered by Ghidini 1961 with a 100% donation, shipped from Villa Ciarcina, Italy
The lamp is made of polished brass, synonymous of elegance and preciousness. It is composed of two overlapping cylinders, the large stem supports an important lampshade decorated with a thousand leaves bent by the wind. The perforated structure and the opening of the lampshade create suggestive radiations of light, like light passing through the dense foliage of a tropical forest.
Created in 1984 in Sao Paulo by Fernando (1961) and Humberto (1953), Estudio Campana is recognized for its furniture design and intriguing pieces - such as the Vermelha and Favela chairs. In later years, the studio expanded its repertoire to the areas of architecture, landscaping, scenography, fashion, among others. In 2019, the São Paulo-based studio celebrates its 35th anniversary acknowledged internationally as pioneers of disruptive design, which led them to create a ground-breaking language in their field. Proudly rooted in Brazilian culture and traditions, their work carries universal values in its core, such as freedom and human dignity, by encouraging the search for your own identity through our life experiences. Their creative process raises everyday materials to nobility, bringing not only creativity to design but also Brazilian characteristics - the colors, the mixtures, the creative chaos - the triumph of simple solutions, in an artistic and poetic way.