From the centuries-old historical archive of Barovier&Toso, a collection in Venetian crystal capable of creating incredibly rarefied atmospheres thanks to the soft radiance that can only be produced by elaborate decoration. Painstaking handiwork transforms glass into light.
Using an archive and a museum as tools to grant continuity and to innovate without losing sight of tradition and historical roots is a way to make memory truly immortal and perceptible in its trans
Samurai Table Lamp
In 1966 Angelo Barovier designed a base for a table lamp with ribbing that in the years to follow has been revisited, enlarged, overturned and multiplied.
Camparino Table Lamp
The extensive design archives and carefully preserved techniques handed down from generation to generation represent an almost infinite resource: a legacy matched by few others, encompassing centur
Compositions of great theatrical impact, composed of luminous parts skilfully created by master glassmakers in Murano.
A collection that pays homage to the history of the city of Venice and the lanterns used in the Middle Ages to light the streets.
Saint Germain Chandelier
A collection that starts with the concept of two dimensions, extending its arms along the same axis to give rise to objects of compact size that do not, however, lose any of their poetry and enchan
Venezia 1295 Chandelier
The start of it all, the compendium of 700 years of tradition, passed down from father to son, above and beyond passing fashions: a collection of chandeliers full of history, details and emotions.
So as not to do without the magic of Venetian crystal, making it the protagonist of a contemporary setting, a collection that starts with the traditional form of the chandelier and interprets it in
A collection that pays tribute to and enhances one of the characteristic features of the chandeliers of the Venetian tradition, the pastorale: a small rod terminating in a spiral, made wit
Metropolis Wall Sconce
Metropolis is a collection that forcefully evokes the class, symmetrical and plastic forms of Art Deco, shaped by a harmonious, fluid rhythm.
The name means “lotus” in Sanskrit, an aquatic plant of very ancient origin whose flower suggests the image.
The basic feature of Swing is an elegant piece of crafted glass with the “a balotòn” technique, that gives the collection exceptional dynamism and a striking theatrical presence.
The collection builds on the archive of large installations made by Barovier&Toso in the 1960s and 1970s, multiplying and repeating modular parts, simple or polyhedral, smooth or enhanced by tr