The new ‘Tee’ lighting collection by Valerio Cometti+V12 Design for Masiero is the result of the search for the meeting point between geometric rigour and class, aesthetically marked by the curved line.
The luminous glass spheres, which enhance the preciousness and enhance the light, are delicately animated by an incision of parallel spiral lines, a delicate decoration that seems to give the globes a slow rotation, like a dance made up of signs of light.
Tubular metal stems with a round cross-section, with coppered gold galvanic finishing, at the end of which a truncated metal cone holds a sphere.
An organic shape recalling the delicacy of the calla lily flower, alone or in bunches, depending on the type of Tee, which varies from suspended ceiling lights to floor, table, wall and ground versions.
The aim was to create a family that is extremely flexible in the way it can be used and modular in its configurations, so that it can meet the lighting needs of any architectural space.
Structure: coppered gold galvanized metal
Diffuser: amber Murano triplex glass with spiral decoration