FontanaArte SETAREH Contemporary style pendant lamp

  • Designer Francesco Librizzi
  • Collection Setareh

SETAREH | Pendant lamp By FontanaArte


Contemporary style pendant lamp

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Francesco Librizzi

This is the name of the family of lighting fixtures that Francesco Librizzi, a young Sicilian architect working in Milan, has designed for the first time for FontanaArte.‎ Setareh was born of the idea of giving form to light.‎ The lamp is composed of a sphere in hand-blown white satin glass, magically suspended within a thin metal structure.‎ The play of circular masses and trajectories generates a balanced design of gravitational dynamics.‎ The light from the sphere is diffused into the surrounding space, illuminating the frame.‎ The reflections of the metal render the luminous field visible, space influenced by light, by its aura.‎ The result is a collection of lighting elements, available in tabletop and suspension versions, of extraordinary poetic grace.‎ The suspension version comes in several variants: bare, with only the frame and glass sphere (also available with three spheres), with a diffuser in curved white glass (diameter 45, 65, 85 cm), or with a painted metal disc in white or black (diameter 45, 65, 85, 100 cm).‎

Family of table and ceiling lamps.‎ Structure in gold or chromed metal.‎ Sphere in white satin blown glass.‎ The ceiling version comes bare, or with a white or black shade, or with a white or black metal disc.‎ In the table version the base is in gray or red mineral.‎

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18,4x19,4x54,4 +250 cm
12W ( 2700K, CRI>80, Lumen 1550 ) - dimmerabile

23,9x24,9x69,9 +250 cm
17W ( 2700K, CRI>80, Lumen 2100 ) - dimmerabile

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