Pair of ‘Garbo’ Ceiling Lamps by Mariyo Yagi and Studio Simon, Sirrah

Italy, 1970s

Impressive Pair of Sirrah ‘Garbo’ Ceiling Lamps in very good condition.
Designed by Mariyo Yagi and Studio Simon in 1976
The lamp consists of a white enameled square metal ceiling plate which holds white Nylon cords that softly diffuse the light.

Impressive Pair of Sirrah ‘Garbo’ Ceiling Lamps in very good condition.
Designed by Mariyo Yagi and Studio Simon in 1976
The lamp consists of a white enameled square metal ceiling plate which holds white Nylon cords that softly diffuse the light.
The piece can be used singularly as light quint against the walls or as a room divider.
Each lights takes three E14 60W maximum bulbs.
Marked with a sticker on the backside.
The ‘Garbo’ ceiling lamp was designed in 1976 by Mariyo Yagi and Studio Simon for Sirrah in Italy. It was selected for inclusion in the Tokyo National Modern Museum collection. The ‘Garbo’ lamp provides a screen-like separation similar to the concept of shoji-papered panels, where the division between internal and external is undefined. As in Mies van der Rohe’s “universal space ” in which inside and outside flow together; the translucent quality of the light curtain with its softness invites one to touch it, and to move through it with sensual ease.

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23 x 23 x 230 cm DxWxH

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