Showcasing fresh new designs from Studio Italia Design at Special Lights.
July 30th, 2010
Studio Italia Design lighting pieces are truly unique, drawing on over 60 years of Italian design innovation and production.
Their latest releases are an impressive addition to their already innovative and exciting lighting collection.
From Italian designer Enrico Corradini, comes the Lole Collection – a stylish collection of modular glass creations.
Twisted hand-blown and worked glass suspends from the ceiling resulting in beautiful and unique lighting statements.
Suspended over tables or used as a sculptural centrepiece in a lofty space, these dramatic lights make a statement in any location.
Available in crystal, white-crystal, black crystal and red crystal, these models lend themselves to a wide range of custom solutions, whether residential or commercial.
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