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Masiero Contract: a global approach to the project

5 September 2022

Masiero‘s global approach to lighting design responds, on the one hand, to the client’s desire to offer an aesthetic experience with spectacular, unique and custom-made lighting compositions, and, on the other, to satisfy the need to illuminate different types of spaces, thanks to the rich catalogue of collections with a deliberately transversal style.

From large spaces such as hotel lobbies, lounges, restaurant halls, bar counters, libraries to more intimate spaces customised through light such as waiting rooms, hotel rooms and relais & chateaus, Masiero’s eclectic collections can be declined in styles ranging from contemporary to neoclassical to classic. Project-based workmanship is Masiero’s strenght, which develops each phase of the creative process in-house, thanks to the minds and hands of more than 40 professionals who take care of every stage of production: from design to the creation of the metal structure to the assembly of the components, from painting to decoration, from the electrical system to testing, with a state-of-the-art workshop and painting department.

Masiero’s collections are certified in compliance with the different electrical standards required by the various markets and made with materials and components with verified environmental sustainability declarations (FSC wood, i.e. from responsible and sustainable forests).

 

In the following pictures:

1) Libe pendant in the multiple circular profile version in natural oak – design by Gianpaolo Rampolla & Andrea Liguori, which embeds LED strips whose soft rays radiate around the structure, emphasising the decisive silhouette and the beauty of the materials.

2) The latest novelty is the Posy collection, a personal bouquet of light, unique and poetic, designed by Sara Moroni. With a strong visual impact, yet characterised by elegant minimalism, Posy features a structure of brass bar elements with an elegant brushed galvanic finish that support one or more opaline glass diffusers. The collection comes in a wide range of types, shapes and sizes to fit into waiting rooms with a homely warmth

3) The alabaster light of the Honice suspension lamps, designed by Oriano Favaretto. Rectangular cut slabs of various sizes of the translucent and richly veined marmor alabastrum of the Latins, set in matt gold-effect metal frames available in various sizes to fit various lengths of bar counters or restaurant tables.

4) Suspension composition ‘Vollee‘ (design Lorenz+Kaz) in a hotel lobby. Vollee offer a sense of lightness, as if hovering in the air, exploring space like small hot air balloons.

 

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