Designed by Luciano Pagaine and Angelo Perversi for FontanaArte in 2000, the Thor table lamp bribes with its round, organic shape. The table lamp by FontanaArte spreads a diffuse, moody light.
It isn’t quite obvious why Luciano Pagaine and Angelo Perversi named after the Germanic God. Maybe they wanted to emphasize the shape of their lamp with it, since it looks like a horn with its curves, and horns were used to drink out of them back then.
The modern lamp Thor is made of a white painted metal frame. The diffusor is made of white, mouth blown opal glass. Thor is available in different sizes.