Luigi Caccia Dominioni, one of the world’s oldest practicing architects until he died in 2016 aged 103, was according to Pin Up magazine – “the architect’s architect”. Visible in every street corner in Milan and cheerleaded on the pages of Domus, his works evoke Baroque and Milanese tradition, while being totally innovative. In 1947 Caccia cofounded Azucena along with the architect Ignazio Gardella. The LS10 Boccia ceiling lamp is a distinctive piece from their collection.
Not out of place in an old palazzo, the curvilinear blown glass structure hangs from a modern aluminium bulb holder and hook structure. Three transparent globes and four original milk glass globes are available. The metal elements have recently been restored and have no chips to the paint. Rewired and PAT tested for the UK, can be re-wired for other countries on request. The pendant pictured is not the one available, please contact for further images of those available.