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BALL PL – Private house

BALL PL – Private house
July, 2021 LIGHT4
In _ Retail, Ball

The ceiling version of the BALL collection illuminates elegantly this classical villa. The ceiling canopies of the architecture fits perfect with the shape and size of the lamp. The lighting effect of the Balloton*glass diffuser decorates the entire ceiling.

A special thanks to Massimiliano & Stefano Cavestro – Sumo Design.

* BALLOTON
Technique used to obtain a particular optical effect. It is based on the use of a metal die, with the inner walls containing small square based pyramidal “spikes” which, when the glass is blown, result in a cross-relief pattern.

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