Published on : Monday, February 6, 2023
A fascinating interpretation of lighting, inspired by Middle-Eastern culture has been introduced by de Majo that means “light” in Arabic. Keeping alive traditional Murano glassmaking heritage while aesthetically drifting towards exotic nuances, Noor represented a well balanced conglomerate of different styles which resolves into the craft of unique lighting pieces which boast a strong character – made by masterful artisans in Murano.
A visionary tale which translates in a collection of opulent lamps and chandeliers, sought after for it’s effortlessly elegant and sophisticated look. The intertwining of metal patterns with artisanal glass communicates authentic luxury, never sacrificing the importance of light itself, which is the true protagonist of this collection. Each texture is strongly enhanced by the use of light, which almost magically travels along each shape and really carries out a glamorous contrast between materials. Each piece is given the option to be customised as far as metal coatings/treatments and glass colours – this allows further material experimentation and the creation of bespoke and sophisticated pieces.
Noor is an entire lifestyle collection, including Glass & Metal wall lamps, a chandelier model, a ceiling lamp, a pendant and lantern. Created mainly for indoor environments, Noor in the Applique M version is also perfectly suited for outdoor use and gives life to exclusive creations, with a strong and coherent stylistic imprint, to meet the needs of clients, architects and design professionals. Each creation communicates with every other piece, allowing designers and trade specialists to propose a well balanced choice for their clients, with a very coherent style. These lighting creations are made possible thanks to the know-how and technical experience at de Majo, which has carried out innovative projects for well over 70 years. Today, de Majo stays relevant thanks to its ability to correctly interpret contemporary trends, while carrying out excellence which derives from an authentic glassmaking heritage.