An icon of modernist lighting design, Peruvian-born Tito Agnoli studied architecture in Italy and interned for the likes of Gio Ponti and Carlo De Carli. He was inspired by the Bauhaus movement, and his specialism in industrial design is evident in his angular, beautifully engineered lighting pieces. The arms of this deceptively simple lamp create a clean right angle between wall and ceiling.
The adjustable shade rotates neatly into position. Made from nickel-plated steel, with a patina of age and minor paint losses. Rewired and PAT tested with UK plugs.