AEROSTAT By Fabbian
Designed by Guillaume Delvigne, The Aerostat collection consists of decorative lamps made from white blown glass held in place by a precious metallic cage that houses the light source. Inspired by the bulbous flying aircraft of the same name, Aerostat is offered with black, brass or polished copper cages and is available in two sizes. Available to order now, view this product online here or send us an enquiry. ..Read More
ARMILLA By Fabbian
The Armilla Pendant is inspired by the very first Renaissance depictions of the motions of stars and planets. At that time, it was customary for people to construct marvelous models called Armillary Spheres comprising of a framework of rings. To begin with they were centred on Earth, but as time went by and the theories of Copernicus entered the picture, it was replaced with the Sun, an infinite source of light and the new centre of the universe. Available in a diameter of 36 cm, the diffuser is made of glossy white glass blown on a round mould, with the metal rings inserted and carefully fixed in place using melted glass at the end of the process. The rings have a polished finish, with gold and chrome plating. Available to order now, click here to view more or send us an enquiry.
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Since 1961 Fabbian have been producing high-quality, cutting edge, modern designs with a passion for light and collaboration. It is through this culture
that they have established themselves as internationally renowned lighting manufacturers and have had the ability to work with countless, well known
designers such as Karim Rashid, Marc Saddler and Flynn Talbot, to name a few. Based in Italy, all collections are produced in-house resulting in exceptional
quality control and the ability to adapt to client needs as required. In 2018 there was a change of hands whereby the company was shifted into a new
corporate vision which saw many existing collections, along with future designs embrace LED technology and further exemplify the collaborative, passionate
vision from Fabbians roots. View the extensive, modern collection of lamps and download your copy of the PDF catalogue by clicking here.