A stunning Italian designed, hand-blown Italian crystal ceiling fixture. This beautiful design adds an unsurpassed touch of elegance to any space and will allow you to create high or low lighting for fluid illumination which diffuses in every direction. Available in two sizes and with your choice of clear crystal or topaz.
A perfect option for low ceilings, when pendant lighting is not feasible or for bedrooms, lounge rooms or dining rooms. For more information on the Crystal / Glass blending technique click here.
These Italian hand made products are not always in stock and may have a 4 to 8 week lead time.
|Base Material||Italian Crystal (Glass)|
|Colour/Finish||Clear or Topaz|
|Lamp/Globe||1x G9 | 75W OR 1x 100W E27|
|Dimmable||Yes. Choose a dimmable globe.|
|Lead Time||Not typically held in stock, approx. 10-12 weeks for delivery from Italy.|
The Murano glass creations from this brilliant Italian collective represent a magnificent bringing together of the most cutting- edge and innovative of design principles and the secrets of the traditional craft of glass blowing.
Before being brought to life by the master glass-makers of the lagoon, the works are conceived on the drawing boards of world renowned designers, carrying on a tradition dating back to the sixties, which thanks to Luciano Vistosi has led to collaborations with designers of such caliber as Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Vico Magistretti, Alfredo Chiaramonte, Marco Marin, Michele De Lucchi, Oriano Favaretto, Mauro Olivieri, Romani e Saccani Architetti Associati, to name just a few.
Their blown glass is produced with a unique blend. Once reduced sodium to a minimal amount, the glass seems to acquire the characteristics of steel: it is resistant and does not get opaque with the passing of time. The handcrafted made of every single piece is unveiled by imperceptible differences on the surface.
Having the foresight apply glass to design, bringing together matter and thought, an ancient art and creative drive, was crucial to Vistosi’s initial success, rightly considered to be the forerunner of a new era. Today this philosophy lives on in their search for novel and sophisticated techniques in both production and the application of materials.