Suspended lamp for direct and diffused light. It tells of blown glass, which has always been a distinctive feature of the Venetian company that produces decorative lighting. It tells of the desire to combine architecture and product design, the vocation of Marco Alessi, designer from Bassano del Grappa, graduate of the IUAV in Venice and an architect by profession. It tells of a meeting in Fez, where through a gate of colored majolica you discover a millennial soul of culture, knowledge and work. There are numerous details to tell in this new light story (#lightingstories) by Prandina designed by Marco Alessi. A story that develops from the outside to the inside, from a metal diffuser embellished with galvanic finishes to a blown crystal diffuser. A path towards the soul of the product dictated by the search for light.
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|FEZ S3 Suspension Lamp
|Indoor / Outdoor
|Pendant Diameter: 11.81 inch, Pendant Height: 16.92 inch
|Direct & Diffused Light
|Ceiling rose: matt white painted. Internal diffuser: clear crystal. External diffuser: painted or galvanized metal. Internal structure: chrome.
Marco Alessi was born in Bassano del Grappa in 1982 where he currently lives and works. His course of study began as a graphic-technical one and then gradually moved towards what he discovered as his true passions, architecture and design. In 2003 he joined the IUAV in Venice and began to get passionate about themes such as light, spaces and the essentiality of materials, themes that are reflected in his projects and to which attention and attention to detail are added. He graduated in 2008 and a short time later he began collaborating with the TIXA studio. Today, after years of experience, he becomes an associate of the firm. The goal of any project he dedicates himself to is to combine architecture with design, without necessarily following a single line. Projects can be of various scales and involve different fields of study. Recently, the passion for design has also resulted in the creation of furniture items in the lighting sector and the study of custom-made furniture products for the environments it designs.View All Products