Mezzanotte in Lapislazzuli

Mixed technique

Mezzanotte in Lapislazzuli takes its name from the most precious color of art and which in Roman times was already defined “a fragment of the starry vault of the sky” for its preciousness. Conceived by the artist @geoffuglow, it is a truly evocative, mysterious and fascinating one-of-a-kind piece

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EAN: 0793541319419 UGS : IN-ES0501PUG-1-1 Catégorie :

Unique examples of In-es.artdesign’s lamps made into art works by artists of different backgrounds, who interpret and personalize each piece according to their own individual artistic technique. These collections choose light to enhance the functional and emotional perception of places, shape surfaces, structure and delimit spaces and model volumes, creating suggestive plays of shadows, color and material contrasts. Each creation is signed by the artist who personalized it, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity as a work of art, which acquires value over time.

Diffuser dimensions: Ø 70 cm x 33 cm
Rosette dimensions: Ø 12 cm x 4.5 cm
Materials: laprene, steel, nebulite
Light Bulb: E27 (max 100w) rec. LED 13w – not included
Outside colour: blue and white
Inner colour: blue and white
Cable colour: transparent
Cable length: 130 cm
Product type: suspension
Packaging size: 73 cm x 73 cm x 40 cm / 7 kg


Geoff Uglow

Geoff Uglow was born and raised in Cornwall, he is one of the biggest talents to emerge from the Glasgow School of Art in recent years. He won the prestigious Alastair Salvesen Art Scholarship for painting. Uglow seeks inspiration in nature. He describes many of his paintings as “a handwritten letter, a moment, that can suspend disbelief, a fragment of vanished beauty”.