The name means “lotus” in Sanskrit, an aquatic plant of very ancient origin whose flower suggests the image. Unusual mixtures generate an evocative dialogue between parts set into each other, differing in form, hue and workmanship, but closely connected by the design of the object. An external diffuser made with the shaded encalmo technique, a “fruit” nestled inside it with precious ribbing, and a final element that completes the composition, suggesting memories of Venice.
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
This model was first made in 1980 to furnish the residence of the king of Saudi Arabia in the city of Taif, which gives the lamp its name.
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
Graceful chandeliers that extend outward in a refined, elegant design.
A collection with a Baroque accent. Rich in precious details like pendants, pastorals and bobeches that add regal majesty, making the object the absolute protagonist of the space.
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.
An indispensable feature of classic decorating, the chandelier is now also being extensively used in modern and contemporary settings, as a way of bringing warmth and elegance to interiors that mig
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 Wall Sconce
Metropolis is a collection that forcefully evokes the class, symmetrical and plastic forms of Art Deco, shaped by a harmonious, fluid rhythm.
As a maximum expression of Murano techniques, this collection in Rezzonico style is part of the history, culture and heritage of Venice.
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.
Based on an original idea of Ercole Barovier dating back to the 1940s and made with the innovative “rostrato” technique, Ercole is a collection whose radiance produces a uniquely precious effect.
Arms curving upward, an oval trunk, crystal spools created by hand using a Barovier&Toso patent: “rostrato”.