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Arco Di Luce

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Arco Di Luce, translating as "Arch of Light", is inspired by "Porta all'Arco" constructed in the 4th century BC, serving as the primary southern entrance through the city walls of Volterra, Tuscany. Having survived bombardments, it stands as a symbol of the city and is one of the most significant remnants of Etruscan civilization.  Arco Di Luce is faithful in proportions to the original arch, but reduces its form to create a minimalist objet d'art in hand crafted illuminated white alabaster. Carved from a single block of alabaster by skilled artisans from Volterra, hand-polished, and fitted with an internal LED.

Materials

Alabaster and resin

Dimensions

17.75 (L) x 4 (W) x 17.75 (H) inches (45 (L) x 10 (W) x 45 (H) cm)

Type

Table Lamp

Year

2024

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Arco Di Luce, translating as “Arch of Light”, is inspired by “Porta all’Arco” constructed in the 4th century BC, serving as the primary southern entrance through the city walls of Volterra, Tuscany. Having survived bombardments, it stands as a symbol of the city and is one of the most significant remnants of Etruscan civilization.  Arco Di Luce is faithful in proportions to the original arch, but reduces its form to create a minimalist objet d’art in hand crafted illuminated white alabaster.

Carved from a single block of alabaster by skilled artisans from Volterra, hand-polished, and fitted with an internal LED.

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