Bruno Munari, is an artist and designer from Milan, who from a very young age began his artistic activity in the era of Futurism, and went on to develop a very personal and original style. In 1930 he made his début against the backdrop of futurism with the "Aeroplane Machine" and the "Unnecessary Machines". After the war, Bruno Munari occupied various roles as art director, advertiser, and illustrator, beginning his design career by designing products, installations, games and illustrated books for children. Many exhibitions have been dedicated to his artistic productions in galleries and museums of contemporary art all over the world. Among his productions as a designer, we remember the designer lamps he produced for Artemide, the Falklands in the floor lamp and pendant version, featuring seven metal rings covered with a sock of elastic fabric and the Esagonale lamp.