Meander Sconce By Cesare Casati And Emanuele Ponzi For Raak In White, 1970s, The Netherlands Hero
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Meander Sconce by Cesare Casati and Emanuele Ponzi for Raak in White, 1970s, The Netherlands

$1,100.00

Meander Sconce by Cesare Casati and Emanuele Ponzi for Raak in White, 1970s, The Netherlands

Vintage lighting is a clever opportunity to add character to your home. Often graphic and playful designs, you can be bold with your vintage lighting decisions. A great place to start is the Meander Sconce designed by Cesare Casati and Emanuele Ponzi for Dutch manufacturer Raak in the 1970s. It features an intricate 5-tiered facade, which resembles a rainbow or the rising sun. It’s quite a wonderful effect when switched on as the light is omitted through the gaps across the front. Sitting on the surface of a sideboard or bedside table, the Meander Sconce is a feature on its own – switched on or off.

Raak was one of the foremost Dutch lighting manufacturers of the 20th century. Their collection of table lamps, floor lamps, pendants, and wall lights were regarded as both elegant and slightly futuristic thanks to the use of high quality materials and innovative forms. Their tagline was ‘Illuminated Architecture’, emphasising the brand’s desire to produce pieces that not only worked well within, but also enhanced sophisticated interiors.

Product Details

Dimensions
H: 250mm
W: 500mm
D: 170mm

Material
Steel

Origin
The Netherlands

Era
1960s