The adventure in the most talked-about house in Italy has just begun, but the contestants of the fifth edition of the Italian Big Brother Vip are not the only stars of the show. Under the prying eyes of viewers, colourful and stylish lamps stand silent.
In the daily buzz, between quiet afternoons and social evenings, it is impossible not to notice the sinuous lines and geometric volumes of Ferroluce chandeliers. Each room is illuminated and bright colours make every corner of the house shine, providing a touch of elegance and style like everyone would like to have in their places. All the lamps are part of the brand’s contemporary and glamorous line, the Decò collection, which embraces a new expression far from any previous rule. Rich and soft ceramic decorations underline the iconic and minimal shapes, to recreate eccentric lively scenarios.
Starting from the living room, at the centre of the house, the bright Caxixi suspension lamps are protagonists with their clear and harmonious volumes. The colour is intense, with different alternating shades, yellow to red, and the accent falls on the main body curvilinear shapes. As we linger in this room, our gaze will then fall on the hanging lamps Bellota designed by Giorgio Biscaro, with their unique and contemporary design. The structure, inspired to a revolving solid, alternates linear strictness and curvilinear softness. The finish is so shiny that everyone feels like looking in the mirror. The charm of these lamps takes us back to golden times, where whimsy was a way to emerge and just be ourselves. The atmosphere created by Decò lamps is meant to convey the desire to fearlessly express everyone’s nature and creative flair with no limits.
Continuing on our tour in the house, the spearhead of the collection is there, ready to lighten the most intense moments, where everyone gathers around the living room table. Lariat suspension lamp, also designed by Giorgio Biscaro, is a hymn to life. Pop colours covering this ceramic jewel, with elements joined together to create a varied multicoloured chain, up to the brightest point. Lariat items are all different one from the other. We can find them in different lengths, styles and colours. Finally, let’s move on to the bedroom, where the dynamism of the Ayrton lamps by Giorgio Biscaro draws our attention. The surfaces of these chandeliers are evocative of the shiny and elusive surfaces of racing helmets. The light enlightens everything by impacting and filling the internal surfaces. The originality and liveliness of Decò lamps are therefore transforming the Italian most spied-on house into the most envied place to live in, but it is possible to re-propose all Ferroluce items in every home, even placing them in sober furnished-contexts.