La Lollo is a tribute to the roaring 50’s, a series of graceful suspensions that reawaken images of divas in the spotlight.
The patented techno-polymer cylinders, in varying shades of contemporary prismatic metallization and geometric patterns, alternate around a central, illuminated ring. The collection includes 2 sizes, as well as an opulent chandelier, all designed for public or domestic spaces, or to be combined in dramatic installations.
Lorenza Bozzoli was born in Milan. She attended the Art Academy of Brera, where she graduated in the 80s. In 1985 she began working as a stylist for Fiorucci, Basile, Plein Sud, Sergio Rossi and Camper. From 1996 she dedicated herself passionately to industrial design, collaborating with international companies such as Alessi, Dedon, Moooi, Dilmos, Colè, Tato, Spazio Pontaccio and Tog.
She has participated in numerous exhibitions in Italy (Triennale, Milan) and abroad (Cooper Hewitt, New York). In 2013 she won with her chair Phaedrus, designed for Dedon, the European Award for Excellent Sustainable Design organised by the European Economic and Social Committee. She has lectured at the IED (European Institute of Design), on the possibilities of trend integration during the creative strategy.
She lives and works in Milan in her studio in Foro Bonaparte 54. In 2015 started her collaboration with Slamp designing “La Lollo” collection.