ELLISSA Pendant Lamp by Andrea Pasquali for Formabilio

April 8th, 2015 by retail design blog

Ellissa is the contemporary ceiling light with minimal design, inspired by the natural science studying celestial objects.The lampshade has two sheets of pure aluminum, bent into a hug without solution of continuity, separated from each other leaving just a glimpse of light passing through an elliptical cut, which resembles the motion of the planets in space. The white finish of the upper part of the lampshade matches the different color variants of the lower part. The result is a lamp that is perfect for both industrial atmospheres or classic moods. Ellissa comes also in two sizes, the small one is perfect to create original multi-piece compositions.

About the designer:
Andrea Pasquali was born in Bologna in 1977 and he graduated in Industrial Design at IED in Milan. He was a designer, in particular with the study Iosa Ghini Associati, participating in the design and implementation of various projects Furniture, Lighting and Interior design. In 2011 he founded the HD4design, companies which apart from pieces of furniture, lighting, interior design, exhibition stands, in addition to design, 3D modeling and rendering, prototyping and models, graphics. He thinks a project, whether it be an object rather than an architectural space, first of all should arouse emotions through an aesthetic approach and sensory, so very often draw inspiration from the world of nature and the elements that continually shape and transform, seeking the right balance between creativity and design methodology.

About Formabilio:
Formabilio is an Italian brand of eco-friendly furniture and home accessories conceived by designers from all over the world through online contests, chosen by a community of design lovers, manufactured by small companies of the Made in Italy and available online on the e-commerce platform formabilio.com. Formabilio is a design brand: crowdsourced, thanks to the community of more than 123.000 registered users – that pick the best projects to put to production among those submitted to the design contest; made in Italy because the winning ideas are turned into furniture by small manufacturingcompanies, partners of Formabilio, and eco-friendly as our products have a green design and are made of locally sourced timber, recycled or regenerated fabrics with water based varnish or natural oil finish.

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