Classic proportions and simple elegance: Foscarini LumiereFoscarini
Lumiere lamps attract the attention by a stylish appearance that is characterized by the artful processing of original Murano glass. So these lights stand for both functional illumination and an additional amount of living culture.
The floor lamp
Foscarini Lumiere Lettura meets many requirements. As a true eye catcher with a lampshade made of mouth blown glass from the Murano region, it fulfils highest visual demands even when it is switched off. And when you let the power flow through this Lumiere Lettura floor lamp
, it unfolds cosy zone lighting in the living room, where the Lumiere Lettura submerges an armchair or a sofa into pleasant brightness, impressively demonstrating its qualification as a reading light as well.
Bedrooms also benefit from skilful combination of tasteful design and attractive lighting effects. The Foscarini Lumiere Soffitto is a ceiling light
, supplies the sleeping area with general lighting and provides it with a classy accent. Besides, the work by Rodolfo Dordoni is ideal for the illumination of a living room or a corridor.
A first class ceiling and wall light is represented by the Foscarini Lumiere Parete/Soffitto
, which scores high through elegant curves, the glossiness of chrome and the distinctive glass from Murano. With its glass diffuser, whose balanced, symmetrical form suggests harmony and balance, this light fixture unfolds smooth, diffused light. So the Lumiere wall lamp spreads a pleasantly relaxed atmosphere in a living, dining or bedroom and also contributes to an inviting ambience in a kitchen or a hallway.
Foscarini Lumiere Tavolo lamps are responsible for comfortable mood lighting. Placed on sideboards, cabinets or a side table, the Lumiere table lamp
takes on the task of a mood lifting element of decoration and also lives up to its duty as a zone lighting that puts a bright highlight on fitments such as a bed, an armchair or a sofa.
Additional information on the designer: Rodolfo Dordoni was born in 1954 in Milan. There he graduated in 1979 in architecture. Today he works, among others, for Artemide, Flos, Fontana Arte and Foscarini
. Dordoni combines traditional Italian design with raw minimalism and thus creates timeless, exclusive expression – an approach that has made the Milan artist to one of the most recognized designers. Some very famous objects if Italian design carry his name. The “Colombia” container, the “Lipsia” chair and the “Cuba” Sofa belong to the best known products, which he has conceived besides lamps. Since 1995, Dordoni has designed many showrooms all over the world, among others for Dolce & Gabbana.