Light and Art
Euroluce 2023 - A project celebrating the art of ligh
FontanaArte confirms its participation at Euroluce, the most eagerly awaited event of
the year, with a project celebrating the art of light.
The exhibition space, designed by architect and art director Francesco Librizzi, is a
response to the new exhibition route of Euroluce 2023, whose "urban" design generates an
architectural landscape and accompanies the flow of the public. The result is a pavilion
whose volumes trace a skyline that stands out within the exhibition route.
The stand features openings and viewpoints towards the interior that reveal a declaredly
domestic environment, imagined to enhance the identity of the lamps.
The palette ranges from blue, the colour that accompanied the brand identity for years,
which covers the exterior of the stand and offers the passing visitor a view of an urban
glimpse, to the warmth of the interior given by an earthy, welcoming and enveloping shade,
which tells of an elegant and refined domestic dimension.
The artistic value of FontanaArte is best expressed in a symphony of architecture,
surfaces and furnishings.
For more than 90 years, FontanaArte has been decorating and illuminating domestic
environments with the art of glass, the pure soul of a company founded in 1932 as the artistic
division of a glasshouse.
The 2023 collection sourced inspiration from the company's DNA and timeless values.
Starting from the deep tradition of research and manufacturing techniques, the preciousness
of glass and metal is maintained in the design of the new proposals.
Cameo, by Claesson Koivisto Rune, is the small blown glass table lamp, rechargeable,
dimmable and also suitable for outdoor spaces.
AfterEight, by Francesco Librizzi and Arian Brajkovic. A series of aluminium and glass
spot lamps with a versatile personality, able to be set in domestic and commercial contexts.
Thalea by Paolo Rizzatto and Francesco Librizzi. This project consists of a series of
coloured borosilicate glass and aluminium lampshades that can be composed in different
Among this year's novelties is a complete collection of outdoor lighting lamps that join
the iconic Uovo, by Ben Swildens.
Artico, by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, a family of outdoor lamps composed of a floor
version in two heights, wall, ceiling and suspension.
Naska XL, on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the iconic Naska table lamp, the XL
model was created: an extra-large version that is also suitable for outdoor use.
Oort by Jacopo Roda is the lighting system presented by FontanaArte in 2023 and
expanded this year with an outdoor version.
"We are very enthusiastic about FontanaArte's participation in this edition of Euroluce with
its new concept "The city of lights", which fits perfectly with FontanaArte's DNA," says Marco
Pozzo, CEO FontanaArte. “A loved and sought-after brand, distributed all over the world
and esteemed by art galleries, the most renowned auction houses and exhibited in
preeminent museums of design and contemporary art, which presents itself to the
international public of the Salone with interesting novelties."