A linear pendant light enriches the ICE collection, designed by designer and architect Reda Amalou.
Born from the desire to create an innovative glass element, the ICE collection gives birth to endless possibilities. Reda Amalou imagined a textured Murano glass plate, covered with a geometric pattern that allows it to delicately diffuse the light.
Like a symphony, the elements come together in a minimalist structure that complements the graphic nature of glass. The diversity of the collection is designed in response to the constant evolution of architectural projects.
The collection was inaugurated with a wall lamp, followed by a set of circular pendant lights and a table lamp. The linear pendant light elegantly completes the ICE family and is available in different lengths (80, 120, 160 and 200 cm) or made to measure.
About Veronese
French house founded in 1931, Veronese leads the creation of lights and mirrors made to measure by the master glassmakers of Murano. Its name, a tribute to the most famous painter of the Venice school, evokes the shape of an eponymous vase and recalls that before specializing, the company offered a wide range of products. focus on a collection of chandeliers, wall lights, table lamps and mirrors presented until the 1950s, during the Salon de la lumière, the Salon d'Automne, and the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs. interior designers such as André Arbus, these pieces marked the development of a style, which combines modern lines with the finesse of Murano know-how. Since then, Veronese has never stopped innovating, with the only standard being made to measure. Always produced by hand in Murano, its models celebrate as much the heritage of the brand as the creativity of its design office, often associated with internationally renowned designers and stylists who, like Tal Lancman and Maurizio Galante, Patrick Jouin, Chantal Thomass, Olivier Gagnère, Patrick Naggar, Laurence Brabant and Hilton McConnico sign major pieces in its catalog.
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