A three-armed lamp with an anthropomorphic structure, a memory of the ancient chandeliers.
Andrea Branzi reverses the concept of the collection as a unique technical and decorative theme, declined in several elements: his objects for Qeeboo travel in different directions, both for their identity as for construction technique, rotational or by injection, but placed together in a domestic interior to create a constantly evolving life scene.
Andrea Branzi, after completing his Architecture studies in Florence, moved to Milan in ’73 where he still lives in and teaches as principal of Product design department at Politecnico University. From 1964 to 1974 he has been part of Archizoom Associates and later on co-founded Domus Academy, receiving the “Compasso D’Oro” Award for his lifetime carrier achievements in 1987. He’s author of several books about history and theory of design.