This suspension lamp is called Bolla because its clear blown glass diffuser has an iridescent appearance that recalls the effect of soap bubbles. It is available in two shapes and sizes.Continue reading
Pinecone is a pendant and table lamp mounting a blown glass diffuser, available in the glossy transparent or milky white acid-etched version. The diffuser is manufactured using the ancient caged blown glass technique: the glass maker blows the molten glass blob into a metal cage, which only partly contains the blob’s natural expansion. In this way, the glass surface is partly trapped by and partly escapes the cage, generating an impression of tension as the object struggles to free itself from its harness; the cage is further enriched by the galvanic treatment that makes it look polished and brilliant.Continue reading
Designed in 1954 by the famous French Master glassmaker and decorator Max Ingrand, this lamp was originally named 1853 and, at a later time, Fontana, in homage to the company of which the Master was Artistic Director for a decade. For design enthusiasts and connoisseurs of the brand’s history, 1853 still remains as a sort of nickname.The first symbol of timeless object of design, still today best seller and evergreen design icon, Fontana is the abat-jour par excellence. A fabulous lamp in frosted white blown glass, already riedited in a total black variant, it is now proposed in a colored and brand
new version – light grey and purple amethyst – to reinforce the contemporaneity of the project.
The fixture emits downward directed light. The angle of the shade can be adjusted to optimize light distribution. The shade is painted white on the inside to ensure a soft comfortable light.Continue reading
The fixture emits a soft and comfortable illumination. The hemispherical shade reflects the light downwards, and the material used ensures that the majority of the light is spread diffusely in the room from the surface of the shade.Continue reading
The fixture provides 100% glare-free light. Poul Henningsen developed the PH 5 in 1958 as a follow-up to his celebrated three-shade system. The fixture emits both downward and lateral light, thus illuminating itself. In the PH 5 Classic, a warmer tone of light is created by the inside red cone and a small blue reflector.Continue reading
The fixture emits comfortable glare-free diffuse light. Matt painted undersurfaces and glossy top surfaces result in an attractive reflection of the diffused light, creating uniform light distribution around the fixture.
When the light is switched on, the top portion is illuminated while the bottom part remains dark.
The fixture provides 100% glare-free light. The 72 precisely positioned leaves form 12 unique rows of six leaves each. They illuminate the fixture as well as emitting diffused light with a unique pattern.
The fixture provides decorative and comfortable lighting. For the energy saving LED variant the quality of light and atmosphere surrounding the product is kept at the highest level.
A cone and a sphere: two essential, recognizable geometric shapes. An unpretentious composition, enriched by the extraordinary balance of its proportions and the stylish discretion of non-reflective materials: the diffuser is in frosted blown glass, the frame in brushed nickel-plated metal.Continue reading
Equatore is a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic lamp with a glass shade. While the traditional abat-jour uses
the shade to contain the light source within, in this family of lamps the shade is paradoxically and suggestively empty,
with the light being generated by two luminous discs placed inside a central metal band, visible on the shade,
that evokes the line of the equator. The light produced by the Leds, thanks to internal screens arranged in layers,
is distributed regularly across the surface of the discs, magically illuminating them. The lower disk directs the light output downward, the upper one illuminates the glass cap for a soft, diffused light. Available in table, floor and ceiling models,
in two sizes and four colors.