10/03/2023 - Material combinations, unexpected decorative and architectural lighting effects: Fabbian decorative lamps
experiment with aesthetics and lighting design. From the collections designed by Lorenzo Truant, Giò Minelli and Marco Fossati, Alessandro di Prisco, to the Art Deco collections by Amulette Art by Bernhardt & Vella, Fabbian pendant and wall lamps are capable of designing scenographies and architectural spaces.
Appliques and suspensions of past and recent collections with decorative light effects
’s design, the Fabbian decorative lamp designed by Lorenzo Truant, translates the Renaissance image of stars and planets into a contemporary language. The lamp is composed of a few thin chrome, gold or burnished metal circles that surround and retain the diffuser in glossy white glass.
Armilla translates the Renaissance image of stars and planets into a contemporary language
In the Saya
collection of decorative lamps by Giò Minelli and Marco Fossati, the glass is blown inside a structure of thick metal wires that follow each other regularly around the light source. Saya is a collection of lamps with a spectacular attitude and uniform brightness. Available in three models of different sizes and shapes, the collection of decorative lamps Fabbian is suitable for clubs, bars and restaurants.
Saya by Giò Minelli and Marco Fossati
Fabbian offers a further collection of decorative lamps with references to art deco: Amulette
Art by Bernhardt & Vella. Proposed as a pendant or wall lamp, Amulette experiments with the effects of LED light on a slab of cast crystal of considerable thickness and hammered edges, held by a geometric element in metal.
References to art deco: Amulette Art by Bernhardt & Vella
is the Fabbian decorative lamp system designed by Alessandro Di Prisco. Suitable for interiors with a minimal taste and environments with important heights, the Dome system is composed of modular elements that can be joined to infinity that design architecture arches and metal vaults. Each light body consists of a cylinder/lamp and an arc of 1 m length that connects to the next cylinder. The decorative lamp Fabbian is in all respects a lightweight overhead structure and complementary to the functions and scenery below.
Fabbian on Archiproducts
Dome: Lightweight aerial structure and complementary to the functions of every home environment