Model 2065 Suspension Lamp / 35% off at £600

Model 2065 Suspension Lamp / 35% off at £600

Designer: Gino Sarfatti
Manufacturer: Astep
Was £928 inc.vat
Now £600

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Product Story

The Model 2065 Suspension light is the forward-thinking result of Gino Sarfatti's experimentation with polymer plastic, conceived at a time when lighting design was dominated by glass.

Discovering that methacrylate is inherently lighter and stronger than glass, Sarfatti expanded upon the material's potential to create a seemingly weightless and free-floating lamp.

Model 2065 consists of two connected opalescent parts, suspended from the ceiling with a black aluminium canopy. Astep's modern reissue also includes a black and white version, leaving just the lower section as the light source for a more intimate illumination with the same graphic aesthetic.

The model has been featured in a number of significant interior projects by Italian architects such as Vito Latis and Vittoriano Viganò.

Please note that ex-display pieces may show some signs of wear. This item is sold as seen and is therefore not available for online purchase. For more information please email or call our showroom on 020 7278 8456.

  • Dia.54.6 x H.50 cm.

Astep director Alessandro Sarfatti share of their design philosophy "We must work in all directions, and in each one find a small amount of innovation"

Astep's lighting collection is a curious blend of tradition and technology intertwined with a family story. Alessandro Sarfatti is the grandson of Gino and son of Riccardo. Gino Sarfatti founded legendary Italian lighting company Arteluce in 1939 and Riccardo was a co-founder of the similarly innovative Luceplan.

With all this history, it’s perhaps not surprising that Alessandro would in time create his own lighting company, and so he has with Astep. As wit...

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