Fontanella is formed by the union of two glasses: the internal tube is threaded, sandblasted and finally joined with the bubble-shaped blown glass. What makes the processing particularly refined is the manual joining of the two parts, which
requires the skillful technique of a craftsman. Furthermore, the glass, which has always been the material par excellence of the FontanaArte product, is the most crystalline on the market.
"Sometimes some projects arise unexpectedly: during a trip, a dinner, watching a movie, or even thinking about something else. In this case the idea was born by rearranging some samples of materials in the studio and, by overlapping an inverted glass and a metal tube, I was attracted by the simplicity and beauty of that combination.
The glass almost seemed to crystalize the image of a jet of water as in a fountain. From here comes Fontanella, a lamp that has lightness as the main feature »