Setareh Table Lamp
Setareth is the name of the family of lighting fixtures that Francesco Librizzi, a young Sicilian architect working in Milan, has designed for the first time for FontanaArte. Setareh was born of the idea of giving form to light. The lamp is composed of a sphere in hand-blown white satin glass, magically suspended within a thin metal structure. The play of circular masses and trajectories generates a balanced design of gravitational dynamics. The light from the sphere is diffused into the surrounding space, illuminating the frame.
Francesco Librizzi Studio, founded in Milan in 2005, deals with architecture, interiors, exhibition and product design.
Its works are focussed on the essential features of space and the way its tectonics are influenced by objects, structures and humans.
Finding a balance between new interventions and the existing architectural heritage has been so far the center of the realized projects and the theoretical research of the Studio. Some projects have to be highlighted, namely some interior architectural projects as Casa C, (Domus n. 958) and Casa G, (Abitare magazine n. 538 cover project). Equally noticeable are the exhibition design for the Italian Pavilion at the XII Biennale of Architecture in Venice in 2010 and for the Bahrain Pavilion at the XIV Biennale of Architecture in Venice in 2012, hosted respectively within the spaces of the Tese delle Vergini and Artiglierie inside the Arsenale of Venice.