GUAZZA lamps by Filippo Mambretti for Selene Illuminazione

April 10th, 2017 by retail design blog

Family of lamps, which are described by a minimal design, but at the same time organic and sinuous. The aesthetics of this model of lamps, has been inspired, both volumetric in the approach, both in the game of reflections accentuated by the combination material and by curved lines that receive the light point, by dew drops that form on leaves since early morning, giving poetry, dream and life, even the most ‘tiny detail that nature has designed and shaped.

The glass sphere which acts as luminaire, therefore, seems to rise, supported by a slender stem, in bent sheet metal, which enveloping the sphere, almost protecting it, it partly reflects the light, bringing out the curved shapes of the lamp, through shades and reflections. The pedestal, in floor and table, is designed in black Marquina marble, of course, to stabilize the structure, but also to create a material with metal detail that due to opposition, He stood out even more elegance, managing to enhance the same time the entire product design.

Designed by Filippo Mambretti for Selene Illuminazione





















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