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 chandelier version has a central body in the form of a chalice, from which arms extend, crafted by hand in blown Venetian crystal. The pieces stand out for their sturdy diameter, softened by the external ribbing with its longitudinal arrangement. The sinuous arms curve and reach outward, sliding down at first and then opening upward. The light source is concealed inside the cups in opaline glass, embraced at the two ends by metal collars. The mouldings, proportions and the entire construction of these terminal parts suggest the upper structure of classical columns topped by capitals. This particular character and intense dialogue between materials is even more vivid in the elegant, essential wall model, with its own design and measurements.
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
Bissa Boba Chandelier
In 1992 Angelo Barovier, inspired by a Venetian chandelier from the archives of Barovier&Toso, invented a remarkable composition of arms that like enchanted serpents rise and sinuously extend f
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
Metropolis is a collection that forcefully evokes the class, symmetrical and plastic forms of Art Deco, shaped by a harmonious, fluid rhythm.
Richly decorated spheres and gracefully curled pastorals alternate in this collection that draws on the tradition while, lightening and simplifying the design, makes it perfect for both classic and
Graceful chandeliers that extend outward in a refined, elegant design.
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
Veronese Table Lamp
A crystal vase crossed by a beam of light, in the famous painting by Paolo Veronese depicting the Annunciation.
The name means “lotus” in Sanskrit, an aquatic plant of very ancient origin whose flower suggests the image.
Like revolving sculptures, thanks to the kinetics of the arms these chandeliers make it possible to create many different configurations.
A collection with an accent on flowers and nature, which stands out for its delicate design in the form of a corolla, made with the “rugiada” technique to create a refined embroidered look.
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.