The Kelly collection by Andrea Tosetto conjures up fascinating and lively shadows on the wall and ceiling using a complex, laser-cut screen.
Another bestseller and modern classic is the Nautilus collection. Characteristic of the Nautilus lights are their puristic design and their rotatable reflectors, which are equipped on one side with curved lenses and LEDs and conjure up distinctive cones of light. The reflectors can also be adjusted to unusual positions, thus guaranteeing maximum flexibility.
The Puzzle lights, in turn, use indirect light and a subtle design: flat rectangles or round panes shield the light comfortably and lend minimalist, clear jewelry to empty walls even when switched off.
The Random pendant light is also a highlight. Here three or fivteen glass spheres are randomly formed into a cluster, which creates a beautiful and dynamic character. The glass balls of the Random lamp nestle harmoniously and have different diameters.
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More about the brand Studio Italia Design
Studio Italia Design is one of the big names when it comes to Italian designer lights. The exclusive lights from the vicinity of Venice inspire customers worldwide with their extravagant shapes and colors. At the same time, they meet the highest standards of quality and workmanship. Materials such as the elegant lighting glass and high-quality metals form the basis of the Studio Italia lights.
The Italian lighting manufacturer now sells its lights in over 90 countries and can look back on a long and successful history. The company was founded in 1950 by Angelo Tosetto. His son Andrea Tosetto joined the family business at the tender age of 18 and soon took over the management. Under his leadership, the creative direction changed. While classic lights were brought onto the market in the years after the company was founded, Studio Italia Design under Andrea Tosetto paved the way to modern and innovative designer lights. Thanks to in-house production halls, traditional manufacturing processes such as Murano glassblowing, and the use of qualitative, regional materials, the brand has developed into a recognized, modern design label. Today Andrea Tosetto's son Massimiliano leads the company.
Many sought-after designers have worked for Studio Italia Design, including the design icon Karim Rashid, the architectural duo Pio and Tito Toso from Venice, Marta Sansoni, Dima Loginoff and many more. In april 2020, Studio Italia Design announced his collaboration with the industrial designer Luca Nichetto, who runs design studios in Venice and Stockholm.