Pia Guidetti Crippa studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and graduated in 1967. Towards the end of the 1960s, she devoted herself to furniture and lighting design. As a designer, she collaborated with the company Lumi, founded in Milan by Carlo Antonio Crippa in 1944 as a workshop. She created lighting for Lumi for thirty years, combining skilled craftsmanship with the desire for innovation. Her research of the quality of brass, iron, and aluminum, and their finishes led to the creation of luminous objects that hold a strong presence as important in furniture as their function.
Guidetti Crippa’s lamps have been referred to as luminous objects due to their scenic qualities and functionality, which can be recognized by their rounded lines.
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