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Love Is A Verb Lamp Lea & Toni - Seletti

The relationship with the other, the personal reflections, doubts, and hesitations typical of human nature become tangible and real, creating a vibrant aura around the contour of the body, so perfectly imperfect to seem alive.

"Lea & Toni" is part of the Love is a Verb collection, designed by Tatiana Brodatch for the iconic Seletti design brand. The Love Is A Verb collection expands with table lamps that, together with the statues, represent unprecedented sculptures to emphasize the importance of relationships. The miniatures also highlight the imperfect contours of the human body as well as in reality. The bodies are so imperfect that they seem alive, transmitting strong emotion.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Material: Resin & Metal
Size: 33 x 35 x 45cm
Cable Length: 2.5m
200-240V
2200K / 2W
1200 lumen
E14

*For indoor use only
*Wipe with a clean dry cloth

ABOUT SELETTI

Founded in 1964, Italian lifestyle brand Seletti focuses on presenting design projects that showcase the creative characteristics synonymous with Italian excellence. Linking design to pop art in the most charming and irreverent manner, Seletti’s collections blend art with daily life icons.

Since its inception, Seletti has always followed its own rules. From iconic lighting and art de la table to statement objects and furniture, Seletti’s collection of irreverent pieces blends art with the everyday and are designed to make life more fun and exciting.

Seletti is now led by Stefano and Miria Seletti and has expanded into a range of collections embodying enthusiasm, passion, creativity, and experimentation.

Stefano has always believed in reinvention and works with a range of young Italian and international designers to evolve their designs. By also working with people outside of the design world, Stefano can look at the process from new angles, his unconventional and non-academic background lead him to break down barriers and journey towards a ‘new beauty. For Seletti, this is (r)evolution.

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