The Venetian glass company, Vistosi, is very important to you as specifiers, because theirs is the best, the most useful selection of contemporary glass lighting. What is more, many designs helpfully come in different sizes and typologies: Bot here as three sizes of pendant…
…and in wall and table versions:
Withwhite takes things further. The four shapes here…
…are not just pendants themselves, but they can also be ceiling roses (with lamps in so they light up as well). You can mix’n’match them as you like (or – see the second from the left below – use them as ceiling lights):
There are beautiful, simple elegant designs like Spirit
And larger pieces like Ecos:
Other designs specifically lend themsleves to larger installations – the classic (much faked) Giogali, for example…
…which can be almost any size or shape, depending upon the shape of the frame that the glass hooks are hung from :
The Damasco, designed by the great glass master, Crepax, uses a traditional Murano technique to great effect. Here is one of them…
...and here are lots of them:
And some Diamante:
Then there are lights that are best-in-class. Michele De Lucchi’s Vega task light, for example, that comes in table, wall and this floor version that has no counterweight protruding at the back:
All have the easily adjustable glass head, in white or gentle pastel shades.
And it is Vistosi’s catalogue that you’ll find Vico Magistretti’s Alega of 1970. All glass (including the shade); the simplest, most elegant reduction to the essence of the base’n’shade table light:
So Vistosi’s stand at Euroluce (hall 11, Stands D23/E20) is unmissable. Their teasers are suggesting some eexciting new additions to their collection!