Taste and balance for the new Olympya chandelier by Masiero, freely inspired by ancient Greece as the cradle of beauty and culture, whose simplicity of forms is redeemed by the preciousness of the materials and craftsmanship. The central structure ideally reminds the shape of a Greek temple, with a cylindrical volume and a dome-shaped vault, with the frame made up of metal uprights declined in a refined galvanic finish and covered in transparent glass.
Metal and glass are the materials of the arms that draw geometries in the space. Each arm is made unique by very special oval pendants in “Crek” glass, a typical manual glass processing that allows the inclusion of small air bubbles. The pendants are the real distinctive feature of these luminous sculptures, as thanks to the craftsmanship, each drop is a unique piece, one different from the other.
The range includes two types of suspensions, one with a round base and the other with an elliptical base, accompanied by two sized wall versions. The circular base suspensions are available in 8, 12 and 15 lights versions, while the elliptical version is available in 8 and 12 lights.