More about Rotaliana lamps
The company has partnerships with a range of international designers from different backgrounds, such as Andrea Brazi, Federica Cevasco, Kengo Kuma and Burkhard Panteleit.
Rotaliana has designed an impressive range of innovative and fascinating lamps that have been well-received by design enthusiasts of all ages. Gorgeous Italian design, innovation, creativity, beauty and functionality are some of the key words in the Rotaliana manifesto.
Since its establishment in Trentino, Italy in 1989, Rotaliana has been run by Stefano Vega, who monitors and follows the developments of international designers. His priority is to ensure that modern lighting solutions are ‘developed to serve a particular purpose’, that purpose being to ensure continuous innovation. It is important to the company that the lamps it launches are made from lovely materials that signal quality and impeccable taste.
Rotaliana’s collection of lamps includes a range of designs that play with the archetypal lamp designs in recent history. This is achieved by playing around with things like materials and manufacturing processes.
Numerous lamps in the Rotaliana collection are based on the classic architect lamp, which has been reinvented for the modern age.
The company’s LUXY lamps are available in different colours, and the STRING collection of table and mounted lamps are functional lamps that provide excellent reading light.
The Coccia H1—H2 lamps are fabulous additions to any home, thanks to their remarkably simple expression.
Best-known work: Goccia pendant
Architect and designer Andrea Branzi was born in Firenze in 1938 and lives and works in Milan.
He was a founder of the avant-garde design studio Archizoom Associati (1966-1974) and the Radical architecture and design movement. He was also a founder of Domus Academy, the first international post-graduate school of design.
From the year 1967, he started designing projects for well-known brands like Rotaliana, for whom he designed the elegant classic Goccia pendant.