The concept of Alba starts with a very simple element: the designer’s imagination was inspired by a drop of water – which she puts to use in different ways, depending on the model. References to the world of nature, with soft shapes contrasted with square lines, together with the use of a satin brass finish and anodic bronze finish, combine to create Alba, a family with a strong visual impact. In the table lamp version, the drop rests delicately on a satin brass rectangular-section profile in the shape of a double asymmetrical ‘L’, serving as the base and ornamentation of the light. Suspension Alba on the other hand consists of three models: the single one, without a structure, is gracefully suspended by a cable, and the double one, where the cable supports a metal structure with a satin brass finish and anodic bronze finish, with two staggered arms, under which light shines from the opaline drops. There are two versions of the wall-mounted model: in the first one, the solid is lightly attached to a square-section tubular support that fixes it to the ceiling rose. In the second version, available in two sizes, the tubular takes the form of an upside-down “L”. Available in two sizes, the new Alba wall reinforces its decorative and precious character. Two floor-standing versions complete the project: in both versions, a large rectangular-section stem with a satin brass finish and anodic bronze finish arises from an anthracite base. In the first version, an arm branches off from the top, with a sphere suspended underneath it, while in the second, two arms of different heights, on each side, support the luminous drops, one from above and the other from below.
Suspension lamp giving diffused light in polished opaline blown-glass. Satin brass finish structure.