Ceiling lamp composed by overlapping planes in white or red. A dynamic composition that offers diffused and reflected light.
- Methacrylate and Lacquered Metal
- Width: 79 x 66 cm / 31 x 26 inch
- Height: 23 cm / 9 inch
- Light Source Halogen Option: 1x100W RSC (bulb not included)
Innovation, flexibility and a keen attention to quality is at the core of Foscarini, Italian lighting company based in Venice. With a strong emphasis on research and creative production methods, the company is able to produce products in a range of interesting materials in unique and innovative ways. Originality is an essential element in this company's identity - collaborating with contemporary design talent such as Marc Sadler and Patricia Urquiola in addition to accomplished grand masters.read more...
Self described as a "special personality in the world of lighting," Foscarini is an unconventional, free and passionate company thriving at the centre of the design industry. Foscarini's products can be found internationally as contemporary art installations and as home lighting solutions for residential purposes. Each product is a work of art with a unique character of its very own. Truly a global leader, Foscarini strives and succeeds in bridging experimental form and steadfast function in modern lighting design. www.foscarini.com
Foscarini Big Bang Ceiling Lamp Designed by:
- Enrico Franzolini
- Vicente Garcia Jimenez
Enrico Franzolini studied in Florence and graduated in architecture at the University of Venice. In 1972 he was invited to the 36th Biennale Exhibition of decorative arts in Venice, exhibiting two objects produced by the Livio Seguso glass-manufactory in Murano. In 1978 his first personal exhibition at Plurima Gallery in Udine marked the beginning of his interest in minimal architecture. At the same time however he became interested in architecture and interior and product design. He has worked with several of the most important furniture companies such as Accademia, Alias, Cappellini, Crassevig, Gervasoni, Knoll International, Montina, Moroso and Pallucco.
Vicente Garcia Jimenez
Vicente Garcia Jimenez was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1978 and graduated in Industrial Design at the faculty of Castellon de la Plana. He moved to Barcelona where he collaborated with Santa & Cole. A great need of developing his formal and creative skills brings him in Milan, whence, after brief professional experiences, he moved towards Udine.
There, he set up his Studio that collaborates with a lot of companies, such as Foscarini, in developing lighting products, furniture and exhibitions’ settings.