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 traditional Murano workmanship. The hexagonal tube made with the age-old “ice” technique generates spherical volumes that fit perfectly into the architecture of spaces, almost becoming its extension.
A collection that stands out for precious workmanship rigorously done by hand, and the result of stylistic research that draws on history, granting it a contemporary interpretation.
A spiral of crystal plumes that coils and unfurls with dynamism, floating in space like an ethereal, gracefully opening wing.
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.
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.
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
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
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
The name means “lotus” in Sanskrit, an aquatic plant of very ancient origin whose flower suggests the image.
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
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.
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
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