SLAMP - Lovingly handmade in Italy
Every SLAMP light is unique. Not only because they require the designer to get their hands dirty during their creation. They’re unique because each lamp is given its very own distinctive, striking look and feel. Something that can only be created by the designer’s personal touch.
The SLAMP range:
Austrian-born Frenchman Marc Sadler now lives in the world’s fashion capital - Milan - and was one of the first university graduates in industrial aesthetics at the École Nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (EnsAD) in Paris.
The speciality of the 4-time winner of the Golden Compass of the Association for Industrial Design (ADI) is the ever-changing processing of high-quality plastics, which is clear to see in each one of his complex, playful design works.
Exquisite accessory: the hand-modelled transparent polymer shade of the Lafleur is shaped like a calyx (part of a flower that supports the petals).
Poetic dynamics: The two-layer plastic shade of the Accordéon diffuses the light into the room.
Adriano Rachele is a professional from SLAMP's technical department. Nevertheless, his extravagant, playful works evoke an emotion that goes far beyond their form.
After graduating in product design in 2007, Adriano was recognised as a young talent in Italian design in 2010 and won the Red Dot Design Award in 2012 for his lighting creation, Veli.
Glamorous, premium look: Mida inspires in noble corridors with its elements inspired by cabochon jewellery stones.
Pure lightness: Veli enchants with the delicate contours of its leaf-like elements and lively appearance.
Nigel Coates became a significant player in design and project philosophy immediately after his architecture studies. No wonder, since his works are characterised by passion, irony and instinct.
In addition to numerous buildings, interiors and exhibitions, Nigel has designed a substantial amount of furniture and lighting. Some of his works are on display in collections in several museums, including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Stately splendour: The detailed design of Fiorella in radiant Goldflex® is reminiscent of the lighting from the baroque era.
Reinterpreting a classic: The Lillibet is a modern chandelier made of shiny Copperflex® and 56 high-quality Schöler crystals.
Modern Art: La Lollo presents itself as an impressive luxury lamp with differently designed tubes.
Flawless beauty: The white sphere of the Atmosfera sits enthroned like royalty on a shiny metallic base.
Stefano Papi won the Aprilia Design Prize in 2002 with the concept of a futuristic scooter. Since 2005, Stefano has contributed to optimising production processes and the realisation of ideas and exhibitions at SLAMP.
His lighting designs are absolute room highlights which are functional while having a cool, futuristic touch.
Playful colour: The Goccia Di Luce fascinates in different trendy and eye-catching colour variations.
Modern statement: In elegant black, the Goccia Di Luce comes alive in minimalist rooms.
Country of origin: Italy
Year of foundation: 1994
Founder: Roberto Ziliani
VIA VACCARECCIA, 14
00071 POMEZIA (ROME), ITALY