Arco Floor Lamp

Dimensioned drawings of the Arco Floor Lamp measuring height, width and base depth

The Arco Floor Lamp is designed as a long arching arm with a spherical bowl at the end and a weighted rectangular stone for the base. Designed and released in 1962 by brothers Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni, the original intent was to create a lamp that didn’t show a power cord. Created out of spun aluminum, stainless steel, and marble, the Arco Floor Lamp has never stopped production since its successful debut in 1962. As a design consideration, the lamp also features a hole in the base so that the 75lb lamp can be moved with a broom handle.

The Arco Floor Lamp has an overall height of 95" (241 cm).

Details

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Height: 
95.0” | 241 cm
Width:
Depth:
Length:
78.75” | 200 cm
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:
Weight:

Lamp
Shade Diameter: 11.5” | 29 cm

Base
Height: 21.5” | 55 cm
Width: 9.5” | 24 cm
Depth: 9.5” | 24 cm

Materials:
Carrara marble base; stainless steel arc; aluminum shade
Designer:
Achille Castiglioni
Year:
1962

Properties

Drawings include:
Arco Floor Lamp side elevation, front, back, plan

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Floor lamps are tall freestanding light fixtures that can be easily rearranged within a space. Typically supported by a tall pole inserted into a weighted base, floor lamps are commonly used in residential settings as an essential and functional component of a living room or reading room layout.