GLASS, TECHNOLOGY, BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE.
Vistosi is an Italian company established in 1585 based on ancient Italian traditional Murano glass manufacturing. Worldwide renown, Vistosi collaborates with a large number of international designers, always combining tradition and innovation, thus creating innovative yet enchanting products.
Technology, attention to details, research on materials and exclusive patents, Vistosi means quality, history and the highest Murano glass manufacturing techniques.
Following some of the latest products:
ARIA, design Giovanni Barbato 2017
Two glasses simply fixed on a ring make the frame a significant feature of the lamp and give
more value to the lightness of the glass. Sloping glass slides allow infinite compositions.
JUBE, design Favaretto&Partners 2017
Essential, sinuous and delicate, was born from the union of two blown glasses that, once assembled together, create an overlapping, ton sur ton effect with a retro charm. Thanks to a powerful waterjet, which perforates glass with holes of a very large diameter, the fusion of the glasses is perfectly integrated, so two glasses look like a single piece.
KIRA, design Alberto Saggia and Valerio Sommella 2017
Kira is a collection of lamps combining metal with blown glass. The result is a set of lighting systems composed of two antithetical halves: a diffuser in crystal glass, decorated and embellished with a rich surface texture, topped with a turned metal cap, with a minimal and simple look. This collection combines contemporary forms to the preciousness and brightness of classical Venetian crystal chandeliers.
MIRAGE, design Giovanni Barbato 2017
The blown glass gives light its central role, by comfortably directing and spreading it in the environment, and emphasizing its brightness.
NODO, design Pio and Tito Toso 2015
Element freehand blown. Available in two sizes also for custum installations. Directional lighting downward and widespread in the ambient.
STONE, design Hangar Design Group 2017
Stone is characterized by almost sculptured volumes, where the lightness of blown glass is opposed to the solidity of linear geometries. In this counterpoint, between the use of a material naturally tending to round shapes, and a rigorous design requiring edges and orthogonal lines, the balance of a bright, original composition is expressed.