FontanaArte is at Maison & Objet, from 23 to 27 January, with a selection of products specifically chosen for this special occasion in Paris, that fully represent the brand. LED products, with significant technical, decorative and design value are showcased together with part of the 2013 and 2014 collections and with some of the most famous icons.
FontanaArte offers interior designers and architects, lighting solutions that carry great attention to detail and engineering which result in simple installation, versatility of use and quality of LED lighting. Lights that are ideal for the world of retail, hospitality and workspaces as well as in residential buildings such as the Igloo system by Studio Klass, launched in 2014, integrates perfectly with Cloche and Pangen, both rieditions of
iconic FontanaArte lights. Luminator and Mano, designed in 1932 by Pietro Chiesa, Ashanghai by Max Ingrand in 1955 and Tavolo con Ruote, born from the creative genius of Gae Aulenti in 1980, are only some of the objects that made the brand and the design history and are exhibited together with new products such as Lunaire by Ferréol Babin, Cheshire by GamFratesi or Bonnet by Odo Fioravanti. Fontana, the abat-jour par excellence designed by Max Ingrand in 1954, celebrated recently its 60th
anniversary with a very special Total Black version which is worthy of special attention for its timeless style. In contrast, Yumi by the award-winning Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, initially conceived in black, is now launched in a new white version.
The stand represents friendliness and modernity, some of the brand’s values which are expressed through colours and lines. Nevertheless, the products are the main players of this scenario: a selection that underscores an ongoing process of creating versatile products with simplicity of application and denoting a human centric mindset.
23 – 27 January 2015
Paris Nord Villepinte
From Friday to Monday: 09:30am to 07:00pm
Tuesday: 09:30am to 06:00pm