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Miroir / Lampe « Ultrafragola » - Ettore Sottsass - Maison Caldeira
Ultrafragola - Miroir / Lampe - Maison Caldeira
Ultrafragola - Miroir / Lampe - Maison Caldeira
Ultrafragola - Miroir / Lampe - Maison Caldeira

Ultrafragola - Mirror / Lamp


Paiement en 3 ou 4 fois sans frais.

Veuillez noter que les prix indiqués n'incluent pas les frais de livraison. Ceux-ci seront à régler dans un second temps, après confirmation de votre commande.


The Ultrafragola mirror/lamp, with its sinuous profile that suggests long wavy hair, belongs to the Mobili Grigi series of complete bedroom and living room furniture designed by Ettore Sottsass for Poltronova and presented at the third edition of Eurodomus in 1970 . With the exception of Ultrafragola, the models never made it past the prototype phase.

The shape, size and complexity of the lighting system, the brightness and the color may be perceived slightly different, depending on the light, the type of image, or the background and the surrounding environment.

Any different colors or shades of colors are not true to the original projects, they are not authentic.

Pre-order : 4-8 weeks.


opal white acrylic
light pink

nb The Ultrafragola mirror was designed by Ettore Sottsass jr. in one color: light pink.

IMPORTANT: When the product is marked as "pre-order" this means that the product is not available on our premises but that we are placing an order with our service providers. In this case, our delivery times can be up to 8 weeks.

vacuum formed opal PETG, mirror, LED or neon lighting system

7 à 8 semaines de fabrication et compter à 15 jours pour la livraison

Ultrafragola - Mirror / Lamp




Entreprise fondée en 1957 à Agliana en Toscane, à une époque où le design portait le nom d'Ettore Sottsass, Gae Aulenti, Paolo Portoghesi, Angelo Mangiarotti, Archizoom, Superstudio et les protagonistes du "New Design" italien. Sergio Cammilli réunit la complexité de l'art contemporain et la nécessité de l'intégrer dans un mobilier de qualité.