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A Pair of Nastro Table Lights by Alberto Fraser, 1983
Inspired by computer cables, Alfredo Fraser developed a co-extrusion process to create this colorful and flexible lamp, quite typical of the 1980s.The base and relfector are in black polycarbonate, the multicolored wiring is caught in a flexible PVC rod which enables the height to be adjusted.Manufacturer: Stilnovo, Italy, 1983.Bibliography: 1000 lights, Taschen, Charlotte and Peter Fiell, p 529.
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