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Fairy SC Suspension


Item #: LEU-FAIRY-SC-SUSPENSION

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2. Color: Crystal

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Material(s): Glass, Metal


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Design by Toso, Massari & Associates, 2009.

The new dramatic Fairy collection includes pendant fixtures in three shapes - spheres, geoids and cylinders. The sparkling glass is made from borosilicate crystal with a ribbed inner tube that encompasses a halogen light source. Fairy SC Pendant is crafted in metal with chrome or gold finish. Available with optional Swag mount and supplied with dimmable transformer in ceiling canopy.

Material(s): Glass, Metal

Dimensions: 13" L X 3.25" W X 118" Max Cord Length

Lamp Type: LOW VOLTAGE HALOGEN

Bulbs: 1 X 35W MR11 Halogen bulb (Included)

Listing: UL, CUL

Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.

Renato Toso

Renato Toso was born in Murano (VE) in 1940, helped to establish an associated architectural and design studio along with Roberto Pamio and Noti Massari. Working on public projects as well as with some of the most qualified companies (Artemide, Estel, Leucos, Stilwood, Rossi di Albizzate, Frighetto, Fly Line, North Sailes, Henry Lloyd, Venini, Cattelan Italia, Ali, Alpi, Formica), they develop stands, exhibitions, stores and offices for different companies, taking care of their image and graphics.

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They have received several prizes, among which are the 1st Prize at the national competition Tercas architecture 14th edition, 2000, the 1st Prize at the competition Young & design 2005, Selection I.Dot 2004-2005, the Award& "Interzum-Kohl", & "IBD-Award-USA" and the 1st Prize for the lighting project & "Il cielo in una stanza".

Their works have been exhibited in museums around the world, among which are the Palazzo Grassi in Venice, the Louvre in Paris and the MOMA in New York.

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Noti Massari

Noti Massari, born in Venice in 1939, helped to establish an associated architectural and design studio along with Roberto Pamio and Renato Toso. Working on public projects as well as with some of the most qualified companies (Artemide, Estel, Leucos, Stilwood, Rossi di Albizzate, Frighetto, Fly Line, North Sailes, Henry Lloyd, Venini, Cattelan Italia, Ali, Alpi, Formica), they develop stands, exhibitions, stores and offices for different companies, taking care of their image and graphics.

They have received several prizes, among which are the 1st Prize at the national competition Tercas architecture 14th edition, 2000, the 1st Prize at the competition Young & design 2005, Selection I.Dot 2004-2005, the Award& "Interzum-Kohl", & "IBD-Award-USA" and the 1st Prize for the lighting project & "Il cielo in una stanza".

Their works have been exhibited in museums around the world, among which are the Palazzo Grassi in Venice, the Louvre in Paris and the MOMA in New York.

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Leucos

Founded in 1962, Leucos is an Italian manufacturer of contemporary-styled lighting products. Leucos lighting designs incorporate the renowned craftsmanship of Murano glassmakers with the latest, award-winning technologies. Early Leucos products were the first to marry design and the tradition of glass making production. In line with this innovative spirit, much attention was devoted to the creative process - something that has become emblematic of the brand and strengthened its recognition throughout the world.

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Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5
3 out of 5
Disappointed; nice lines but too "industrial" even for our modernist house.
 

Very well made and very easy to install. However, we had a problem with the nature of the light emitted. It was cold and, perhaps because of the bulb, had very noticeable red highlights. OK in a bar but not in our kitchen. The main glass tube, however, was very elegant. In the end, even if we could have changed the bulb, the overall look, showing the metal parts inside, was too industrial even for our modernist house. We will go for the Leucos Modulo, of which we already have several, knowing that it will be "warmer" as well as elegant.

By:Frank W. , Homeowner (Chapel Hill, NC, USA)

5 out of 5
Just gorgeous!
 

The ribbed tube surrounding the bulb makes the light sparkle. Three hung in a row are dazzling.

By:Pat , Designer (new orleans)

5 out of 5
Perfection
 

I love these fixtures. These give off the perfect amount of sparkle over my clients kitchen island. They don't over power the space and add so much interest to the architecture. I highly recommend them.

By:Katye B , Designer (Boston)


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