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Visuel Suspensed light Lagrande
Visuel Suspensed light Lagrande

Suspensed light Lagrande

Designer : Michele De Lucchi

Editor : Produzione Privata
Creation date : 2002
Production release : Production stopped

Materials : Curved and silk-screen printed glass

Height (cm) : 16
Diameter (cm) : 90

Further information :
- Wire length: 150 cm.
- Bulb: max 150W - E27 - Class I

Further information
Visuel Suspensed light Lagrande
Visuel Suspensed light Lagrande


The Lagrande lamp designed by Michele De Lucchi for Produzione Privata is a large suspended light made of curved and silk-scree printed glass.

The lamp is handcrafted by shaping a PLX glass plate with a normal thickness of 4 mm. The shape is obtained by placing the glass on a metal mold. The tunnel oven heat moves the glass and creates a conical structure from an original flat glass. The supporting structure, where is the bulb holder, made of visible metal, consists in a flat painted metal disc fixed to the central support. The outer surface is sandblasted and silkscreened.

Michele De Lucchi

Italian designer (1951 - )

Michele De Lucchi (1951) was born in Ferrara, Italy. During the 80’s he designed lamps and furniture for the most important Italian and European companies. Whether it is an object, a piece of furniture or a graphic design, his approach to the project is – global and transversal – in order to determine an integrated architectural system. “Produzione Privata” is the brand of objects and furniture made in collaboration with craft companies. For Unifor, in particular, he designed the MDL, Secretello and Hatch system.

After graduating in architecture in Florence, he consolidated his working relationship with Olivetti in the 1980s thanks to Ettore Sottsass, who had entrusted De Lucchi with the design project for office furniture systems for the Synthesis division. The Tolomeo table lamp, designed for Artemide in 1987, earned him his first Oro-ADI Compass. The second will be awarded to him for the Olivetti’s Artjet 10 printer. In recent years, he has developed numerous architectural projects, both private and public, and has organized major exhibitions.