Two materials: metal and glass, as in the historic tradition of FontanaArte. The metal acts as a base and contains the light source while the glass, the true protagonist of the project, is expertly worked by skilled craftsmen in a process of fusion between a portion of transparent glass and a satin one from which the light diffuses. Fontanella is formed by the union of two glasses: the internal tube is threaded, sandblasted and finally joined with the bubble-shaped blown glass. What makes the processing particularly refined is the manual joining of the two parts, which requires the skillful technique of a craftsman. Furthermore, the glass, which has always been the material par excellence of the FontanaArte product, is the most crystalline on the market. The use of light bulbs, dimmable and not dimmable, for the biggest energy saving, complete the contemporaneity of this FontanaArte piece.
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|Name||Fontanella Small Table Lamp|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Dimensions||Lamp Diameter: 10.60 inch, Lamp Height: 7.87 inch|
|Material||Galvanized metal frame. Borisilicate blown glass diffuser.|
Federico Peri was born in 1983 in Montebelluna, near Treviso. After completing his degree in interior design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, he moved to Paris on an artist residency grant. During this period, rich in international cross-contamination and stimulation, he began his professional career, studying the great masters and focusing his own interest on the synergy between the historical and the contemporary. He returned to Milan to work with Vudafieri Saverino Partners until 2011, when he opened his own studio, working primarily on interiors and furniture. He collaborates with manufacturers, fashion brands, fellow professionals and private clients, designing projects that are strictly tied to the identity of the individual. Nilufar, an international gallery based in Milan, is the exclusive representative of his limited edition products, including the “Shapes” collection of lamps, nominated in 2016 for the German Design Awards.View All Products