“The hoe, the three-pronged fork, the rake, the fork, the plough, the sickle, the sifter, the spade and the earth that often gets you muddy” sings Rino Gaetano with a strong dose of irony, using them to offset city life.
Borrowing from the countryside images of the land in the Marche region in which he was born and lives, Matteo Ugolini yet again reinterprets several of the humble tools used for everyday work – the spade, fork and rake – to design outdoor lamps inspired by the poetics of the short histories and memories of “the old farm”, maintaining its archetypical forms, modelled in white technopolymer.
A LED strip runs along the handle on the back and this directly illuminates the surface on which the lamp is placed, whether this is a wall or a table in the open air.
Hung on a hook on the wall, simply placed against it or with a self-supporting stand.
_ Fork and Spade L. cm. 36 x H. cm. 165 x D. cm. 8
_ Rake L. cm. 36 x H. cm. 165 x D. cm. 12
17.2W LED, 1550 lumen - 3000K