From 9th to 14th April - Hall: 11 - Stand: F28
Eos comes from the Greek word for Dawn. There could be no more appropriate name for this irresistible creation of magnetic fascination. The large round structure in chromed metal contains multiform elements in transparent methacrylate, reminiscent of pieces of ice. A magic variety of shapes with astounding effects of special and evocative light.
The Cassiopea light by Patrizia Volpato is inspired by the fascination of the heavenly bodies. That is why it has been named after one of the more characteristic constellations. Visible in the sky for the whole night, Cassiopea catches the eye with a fascinating wealth of starts. The same magic can also be found in the Cassiopea collection of lights, which reviews the theme of the constellation with a play on rhinestones applied to a satined metal structure.