Design Talks: Angelo Lelli The Vintage Designer That Revolutionized Lighting
In post-war Italy, Angelo Lelli came to revolutionize the world of lighting and how we see it nowadays. A genius in the lighting world, Angelo Lelli modernized the way we see lighting – and how it can change the world.
Angelo Lelli, the vintage designer that revolutionised the world of home lighting is the one we’re giving a spotlight today. Focused on the industrial style, the designer founded Arredoluce in 1947 and from there, it was unstoppable.
Famous for the innovative ways in production, creativity and pioneers in the quality of artisans and the products, Arredoluce was a pioneer in the world of domestic lighting. With designers of such as Gio Ponto, the interest in lighting was once again sparked.
With a variety of models, the lighting products are modernized designs for the time that came with new technologies, table lamps, floor lamps and chandeliers are among them. The post-war Italy time was one of the most progressive times when it came to designing and that was when Angelo Lelli turned into an influential designer in the field of modern lighting.
With simple and clean designs, Angelo Lelli brought the world the sophistication and tactfulness into the modern lighting world. Some of his best-known works are Stella Ceiling Light from circa 1950, Cobra table lamp from circa 1962 – 194 and the President lamp from circa 1970.