Oluce company was founded in 1945 by Giuseppe Ostuni. In 1951 Oluce took part in the IX Triennale, presenting, in the lighting section, a Luminator designed by Franco Buzzi. Tito Agnoli pointed out, in the second edition of the Compasso d'Oro in 1955, two lamps (the floor model 363, and a model for the library). In 1954, the unit 255/387 marks the end of the lampshades and the adoption of floor lamps. This like many others will star as Joe and Gianni Colombo Oluce design lamp tavolo Acrilica present in the Oluce catalog from 1962 and a gold medal at the XIII Triennale; in 1963, Zanuso designs for Oluce the table lamp model 275; in 1964/66, the pressed glass called Fresnel lens, was born, Joe Colombo, the family of lamps waterproof outdoor Fresnel to get to Colombo Coupe model exhibited at the MoMa in New York. For several years Vico Magistretti was art director and main designer of the company, by giving to it lamps, which will become a real acknowledged and imitated symbol all over the world. Among these ones we can find Atollo, which evokes the idea of lamp because of its design. Along this path, marked by famous personalities, the company continues its research and work thanks to other international designers according to OLuce's philosophy. Browse the OLuce Collection reserved to You!