Pedrali’s Wireless Giravolta Lamp Channels Nature, Abstract Art, and Batteries
Nature, abstract painting, and the legacy of battery inventor Alessandro Volta might not seem to have much in common, but all informed the creation of Giravolta, the wireless lamp that Basaglia Rota Nodari’s Alberto Basaglia and Natalia Rota Nodari designed for Pedrali. The lamp shines for up to eight hours, powered by a lithium-ion battery, recharges via a micro-USB, and can attach to any metal surface with the help of a magnetic base. The extruded-aluminum frame comes powder-coated yellow, orange, sage green, beige, white, or black. Grab the top, like a handle, for the lantern-size heights, 13 and 19 inches. The 4-foot version may be best kept on the floor.