Sirio T floor lamp by Kazuhide Takahama
for Sirrah, Italy, 1977
Kazuhide Takahama was born in Japan in 1930 and began his career in architecture by working in Kazuo Fuioka's studio after completing his studies in Tokyo. In 1957, he traveled to Italy and attended the Triennale in Milan, where he met Dino Gavina. Through cultural exchanges, he developed his own unique style characterized by clean lines and formal restraint, which is evident in the furniture and lighting he designs.
The Sirio T floor lamp, designed by Takahama for Sirrah, showcases a minimal and futuristic design aesthetic. It includes a halogen bulb encased in a sleek metal hood that can be adjusted to create various moods and is equipped with a dimmer switch.
In vintage condition, with usage marks consistent with age.
H186 W45 D43