Peggy suspension lamps by Hangar Design Group for Vistosi

July 6th, 2014 by retail design blog

A capsule collection of lamps with a modernist feel, which inaugurates a new collaboration between Hangar Design Group and the historic Vistosi glass factory. Previewed at the 2014 Fuorisalone Milan Design Week, Futura in the special “Peggy” edition comes in three versions of suspension lamps. Born as a tribute to Peggy Guggenheim and her heritage preciously preserved in the rooms of her Venetian palace, the special edition came to life thanks to the consolidated relationship between Hangar Design Group and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. With an installation that makes a huge impact, a more spectacular version of the lighting system with nine lights will in fact illuminate the Museum Cafè of Palazzo Venier dei Leoni.

The “Peggy”collection interprets the polarity of black and white with the lightness of a rational and elegant mark. Available with one or two lights, it joins an aerial and harmonious construction with the lightness of hand-blown white glass with a decisive line thanks to the black metal lead-like structure. In the most important version, the arrangement of the spheres designs a perfect balance between the suspended full volumes and empty ones and acts as the central pin of the illuminated space, also thanks to its size, which reaches up to almost two meters in length.

Materials: Hand-blown shiny white glass, polished black metal treated to create the effect of lead












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