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White body and yellow flower. Adolfo Natalini designed Passiflora, a diagonal cut at the base would give the object a pseudo natural state, somewhere between the artificial and the natural, in a playful game of illusion. It’s a floor lamp, Perspex, with white opaline body and yellow flower, and it’s named Passiflora. Born in 1966 as a part of the exhibition Superarchitettura – a manifesto for Radical Design, Passiflora keeps on making history.