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The Quadrifoglio (Italian for four-leaf clover) lamp was created in 1974 by the company's internal design team and has been a solid piece in Guzzini's collection for a long time. Its design is commonly but wrongfully attributed to Gae Aulenti, probably because of certain resemblances to her famous Pipistrello lamp.
The combination of playful and sleek shapes connected by a smooth motion is quite typical for Italian designs from the 70s.
The Quadrifoglio is the result of a successful balancing act in which warmth and coziness didn't have to make way for modern aesthetics. This table lamp really honors its name, as its shape and height refers to a four-leaf clover in the most pronounced way.
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iGuzzini, with headquarters in Recanati, is currently the leading Italian company in the lighting industry and is being considered as one of the most important in Europe. For the production of artistic objects in enameled copper, the brothers Raimondo, Virgilio and Giovanni Guzzini founded ‘Harvey’ Guzzini in 1959. The name of their company was inspired by the giant rabbit named Harvey, the imaginary friend of James Stewart in the 1950s movie of the same name. Later it was changed to iGuzzini and from 1972-1978 they produced lamps under the name Harveiluce. The Guzzini brothers were among the first in Italy who focused on the added value of lighting in architecture and thus also promoted the profession of Lighting Designer. Until today IGuzzini has manufactured a numerous amount of innovating work of leading Italian designers and architects.