Brico Light

Gian Giacomo Borin

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Table light with lampshade made of solid Briccola wood, disused poles from the Venetian Lagoon, worked from a single block.Structure and circular base made from lacquered iron in anthracite grey “irondust” or oxidised “corten” iron with wax finish.

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Gian Giacomo Borin

Designer

Iconoclastic, innovative and ironic. His works are signed with the brand Greenstudio, are a contamination of contemporary art and street art, in which his personality and his technic result of analysis and study of the particular, come together in a unique scenery . The continuous search for innovative tools and techniques makes his eclectic artefacts and never anonymous, perfect children of these times: next to an acrylic painting or tempera on canvas, we will probably see the walls painted with the stencil technique, batik with lava or color prints graphics on innovative media such as the plexiglas. Thanks to his training in the field of architecture and design, Gian Giacomo Borin also designs furniture elements which combines its expertise in graphic and artistic arts.

materials

Wood and finishes
Vintage oak
Briccola Oak raw
Metal and finishes
Titanium, matt brushed effect
Aged Copper, matt brushed effect
Aged bronze, matt brushed effect
Stainless steel, matt brushed effect
RAL 3020 Traffic red
RAL 9005 Jet black
RAL 8019 Grey brown
RAL 7037 Dusty grey
RAL 7035 Light grey
RAL 9016 Traffic white
RAL 9010 Pure white
RAL 1013 Oyster white
RAL 9002 Grey white
RAL 9001 Cream white
iron "Irondust" Lacquered
"Corten" Iron wax

data sheet

Natural Living

Each purchaser that buys a Riva 1920 product will receive as a gift a small plant, upon request, to return the favour to nature that originally produced the wood used for the production of the piece of furniture purchased.

 

Picture is for presentation purposes only, therefore it could be not perfectly representative.
Packaging in wooden crate has been replaced with packaging in recycled carton for a lower impact on the environment.

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