Found in MoMA's collection, this sleek and ultra-slim floor lamp was originally made of a single neon tube embedded in a lacquered aluminum casing and embodies Sarfatti's straightforward, pragmatic approach to lighting design. Praised for its clean lines and clear-cut functionality, the 1063 was awarded the Grand Priz at the X Triennale in 1954. The electromagnetic ballast hosts the light's power supply and helps anchor the design while providing visual equilibrium. This revised version is embedded with a touch-activated LED module that allows the user to adjust the brightness and light temperature to their liking. Made in Italy by Flos, a manufacturer with work in the MoMA collection. 84.6h x 13.8w x 18"d.