Italian Space Age Iconic Table Lamp “Birillo” by Carlo Nason per Mazzega, 1960s


The “Birillo” table lamp designed by Carlo Nason for AV Mazzega is a true masterpiece of midcentury design and representative of the Space Age style. This iconic lamp is made of brass and chromed steel and features two blown glass spheres that create a unique light diffusion effect. The use of innovative materials for the time and its distinctive design make it a highly sought-after piece by collectors and enthusiasts of midcentury modern design.

The “Birillo” table lamp was first introduced in the 1960s and quickly became popular due to its futuristic design and innovative use of materials. The lamp’s two glass spheres are held by a chromed steel structure that gives it a modern and elegant look.
The two glass spheres diffuse the light of two E27 light bulbs, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.
The lamp’s functionality and beauty have been preserved through professional restoration, making it ready to be enjoyed by generations to come.

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Dimensions23 × 23 × 50 cm

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