Oscar Torlasco

Italian, 1934 - 2004
Oscar Torlasco was an Italian designer and architect who was active during the mid-20th century. He is best known for his lighting designs, which were characterized by their elegant and minimalistic aesthetic.
Torlasco's lighting designs were often inspired by the modernist design movement, and he was particularly interested in the use of new materials and technologies. He worked with a variety of materials, including brass, chrome, and glass, and his designs often incorporated simple geometric shapes and clean lines.
Some of Torlasco's most famous lighting designs include the "Magazine" lamp, which was made from a combination of brass and steel, and the "3247" lamp, which featured a delicate glass globe and a sleek brass stem.
Today, Torlasco's lighting designs are highly sought after by collectors and design enthusiasts, and his work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and publications on mid-century modern design.
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