lucky star Maurizio Galante & Tal Lancman

A family of lights that evokes the notion of a starry night, with a canopy of interchangeable constellations. Consisting of an array of light points, the lamp's shape may be playfully altered by a simple hand gesture, from a geometric form to random dispersion. Lucky Star is available in suspension or floor versions and in an elliptic or circular format. Colors: black, silver and copper.

characteristics

Black, copper or aluminum colored anodized aluminum lamps. Illumination made of 22 or 14 halogen lamps from 5W GU4 to 12V. a 12V

dimensions

W. 90 D. 70 H. 210
Ø 70 H. 235
Ø 135 H. 200

W. 90 D. 70 H. 210
Ø 70 H. 235
Ø 135 H. 200

Black, copper or aluminum colored anodized aluminum lamp. Illumination made of 22 halogen lamps from 5W GU4 to 12V or made of 14 halogen lamps from 5W GU4 to 12V, included. 

Maurizio Galante & Tal Lancman
Maurizio Galante & Tal Lancman

In 2003, designer Maurizio Galante teamed up with trend forecast analyst and designer Tal Lancman, to form INTERWARE. Their crossover vision transverses the different design disciplines, from fashion to furniture, interiors, architecture and gardening. As the duo moves freely between disciplines, they revisit domains equipped with new understandings, insights and observations. The process results in a multi-faceted concept, with a subtle balance between the pragmatic and the irrational. INTERWARE’s philosophy proposes a series of objects/companions; expressive, amusing, and thought-provoking designs, bestowing owners with their friendly presence. The team works on all elements of design and production, from trend research, to marketing, including definition of brand image, strategy, communication, packaging, and presentation. Clients and collaborations include American Express, Baccarat, Boffi Italia, Baleri, Chopard, Driade, Elipson, Felissimo Japan, Itochu Japan, Nokia, Nymphenburg, Pommery, Tai Ping and Veronese. Maurizio Galante participates in numerous exhibitions and his creations are presented in the permanent collections of many of the world’s most renowned museums. Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman have curated several design exhibitions. They have presented their work and installations at Fondation Cartier Pour L’art Contemporain in Paris, MOMA Museum of Modern Art  in New-York, Musée des Arts Décoratifs  in Paris, Musée d'art et d'Industrie in Saint Etienne, Triennale in Milano, Mudam Musée d’Art Moderne Grand Duc Jean in Luxembourg, Palazzo Pitti in Firenze and KCI the Kyoto Costume Institute in Kyoto.