The Cabildo collection is made up of three different categories of lamp, designed by Eric Solè in 2005: a hanging lamp, a floor lamp, and a wall light. They are suitable for illumination in living areas and larger spaces such as the bedroom but also for reading corners. The three lamps come with different types of support that hold identical shades of varying dimensions. The oval shade of the Cabildo lamp traces a single continuous line in a perfect ring. The lamp is in white coated die-cast aluminium; the diffuser emits an indirect light that first hits the shade altering its perceived shape, giving life to a kind of illuminated ring with a surreal outline. This lamp is both highly elegant and beautiful; its design is decidedly contemporary which allows it to be combined with any type of furnishing thanks to its pleasing shape and combination of light and shade. The Cabildo floor lamp has a long upright support attached to a round base; the Cabildo hanging lamp is attached to the ceiling by means of a fine rod from which the lamp reflector is suspended with two steel wires. The sconce version has a base that is fixed on the wall to which the ring of the reflector is connected. As a group, these lamps are light and pleasant and all three models can be placed within the same space without the risk of creating an excessively repetitive look. Eric Solè, the designer born in Paris in 1960 but now deceased, designed the Cabildo lamps; his work extended across various fields from industrial and furniture design, his first love, to lamps, which were among the last of his projects. He was always interested in the pattern created by light, an aspect that determined the shapes of the lamps he designed. The Cabildo collection is produced by Artemide, one of the most important brands in the field of designer lamps. Founded in the sixties, Artemide is today recognised at an international level as a result of the design icons produced over the years. In the tradition of some of Italy's most important brands Artemide has, over the years, joined in collaboration with some of the greatest artists, architects and designers who have created pieces that have made history worldwide in the field of industrial design.