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Anita

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TAN300-0115 white Carrara marble / chrome / white glass, TAN300-1217 Persian Grey marble / satin black chrome / smoky grey glass, TAN300-1318 Marron Emperador marble / satin brass / pale yellow glass

Anita

Designed by Lorenza Bozzoli – 2016

Esistono pochi approdi che ti fanno sentire così bene come Venezia. Quando il treno rallenta e appare la laguna e inizi a sentirne l’odore salmastro. Per Anita era così. Usciva dalla stazione, guardava il Ponte degli Scalzi e sentiva di appartenere a quel luogo. Le piaceva camminare in Strada Nuova tra quell’impasto speciale di persone che si mescolava a una solida base di veneziani, perché c’era un posto dove si fermava sempre e, con il sapore dell’acciuga e del prosecco in bocca, andava a prendere il vaporetto a San Stae. Provava a sedersi a poppa. Le piaceva l’intimità di quel semicerchio. Lo sguardo prendeva il ritmo dell’imbarcazione, alternandosi tra Rialto e Palazzo Grassi fino a San Zaccaria. La aspettavano in Campo Santa Maria Formosa. Al piano terra e nel giardino progettato da Carlo Scarpa, che accostava con sapienza materiali e tecniche, nuove e antiche, in quello scenario ospitale e solenne, si generavano contenuti e relazioni, l’intrattenimento si combinava alla trasmissione del sapere. Una festa mobile che costruiva nuove geografie con un senso di appartenenza e una precisa intenzione di divertirsi e stare bene. Se veniva la fame, c’era sempre l’osteria al Mascaron.
There are few havens that make you feel as good as Venice, when the train slows down and the lagoon comes into view and you start feeling the salty sea smell. That’s how it was for Anita. She used to leave the railway station, looking at the Scalzi bridge and feeling that she belonged to that place. She liked walking in Strada Nuova among a special blend of people that included a solid base of Venetians, because she always stopped in a place where she used to take the ferry boat at San Stae, still savouring anchovies and prosecco in her mouth. She tried to grab a seat in the stern, because she liked the intimacy offered by that semicircle, and her eyes took the same pace of the ferry, going back and forth from Rialto to Palazzo Grassi and San Zaccaria. She was expected in Campo Santa Maria Formosa. On the ground floor and in the garden designed by Carlo Scarpa – who knew well how to pull together materials and techniques, both old and new, in that hospitable and solemn scenery – contents and relationships were generated, and entertainment was combined to the transmission of knowledge: a moving celebration that built new geographies with a sense of belonging and a clear intention to have fun and feel good. And if she was hungry, she could always stop at the tavern Al Mascaron.

Finishings

Gallery

Details

Mounting

Table lamp

Materials

marble / brass / glass

Weight (Kg)

7,00

Rating

Bulb type

3xLED max 4W E14
or
3xLED max 4W E12

Voltage

110-240V

Protection

Class II / IP20