Large architectural table or floor lamp, attributed to New Lamp, manufactured in Italy in the 1970s. The light of the three-light bulbs behind the opaline plexiglas centre column exits through the edges of the clear plexiglas sheets making the lamp look like a city skyline. New Lamp represents a fusion of innovation and Italian design excellence in the realm of lighting. This avant-garde brand, born from the rich heritage of Italian craftsmanship, encapsulates contemporary aesthetics while honoring traditional artisanal techniques. Alongside companies like Arteluce, Arredoluce, Stilnovo and Stilux, New Lamp was one of the important manufacturers of Mid-Century Modern, Italian lighting design. These manufacturers worked with Italian designers like Gio Ponti, Ettore Sottsass, Angelo Lelli and Gino Sarfatti.