The Second World War had just ended, and Italy, as much as the rest world of the world, certainly had its scars. But there was also a great desire for growth and change. And so the company grew rapidly, at home and abroad, with highly successful “Made in Stilnovo” creations, such as Sputnik, Galassia and Megafono, distinguished by unmistakable Italian style. It also won the silver medal at the 10th edition of the “Triennale di Milano” in 1954.
Did you know that?
At the beginning, Stilnovo lamps were only referred to by alphanumeric codes. Only much later, from the second half of the 1960s, did they begin to give each one a name, borrowed from its designer, with a nod to its appearance or personality.