Bulgari Hotel Rome
It reflects all of Bulgari’s values and embodies the indissoluble bond with Rome, the city where the maison was founded 140 years ago. The interiors are inspired precisely by the Augustan age, an expression of luxury at the highest levels, in which craftsmanship plays a primary role: from the mosaics to the handmade fabrics, to the Ginori vases from the 1930s, to the creations in Venetian crystal.
Multipl*, Serial Attitude
Multipl*, Serial Attitude project, which wants to tell the company’s ability to develop the theme of seriality, on different scales, going from the micro to the macro.
The harmonious chromatic combination that characterizes the interiors of the stand is given by a bright, realistic palette that reflects the current trends in interior design. The reception welcomes visitors in a very scenographic way, with an installation featuring the new Empire collection.
Multipl*, Serial Attitude
The focal point of the stand is the central lounge area, configured in a very welcoming and scenographic way. A large semicircular wall covered in wood acts as a counterpoint to an imposing installation that sees Germogli express itself in all its magnificence.
Multipl*, Serial Attitude
A sinuous corridor leads to the discovery of Clepsydra, a new collection that was born as a reinterpretation of designs from the 1960s, taken from the historic Barovier&Toso archive. Also in this case, the installation proposes the product in the catalog and an installation created for the occasion, decidedly out of the ordinary: the base module in Venetian crystal, in the shape of an hourglass, multiplied in height and in a radial way, becomes column, over three meters long, becoming an architectural element that punctuates the space vertically. The installation composed of five columns thus defines beams of light of great impact, which highlight the striped surface of the individual elements, rigorously made in the traditional way.
Milan Concept Flat
The fulcrum of the entire project and high point of the displays is the installation in the corridor created by vandersandestudio. This is a masterful interpretation of the product Trim, replicated on the ceiling in a long sequence of units. The geometric figures in Venetian glass alternate at an irregular, staggered and rapid pace, forming a true three-dimensional sculpture, light as a precious tulle cloak that captures the gaze and the imagination.
The lighting scenarios applied to the installation are also completely customized, generating fascinating, theatrical games of light to enliven the setting. Bespoke projects of great expressive, decorative and technological value: this is what can be done by personalizing the creations of Barovier&Toso.
Red, Antalya green, blue, caramel and amber were also the protagonists of the other installation, a cascade of crystal composed of 14 suspension lamps arranged in space to create an intriguing, dynamic pattern, producing a striking three-dimensional effect. With a height of 7.5 meters, this creation contained as many as 3000 glass tubes with a square cross-section, crafted with a bark-like finish.
As it was done for the most important Cartier boutiques in the world, for the location in Milan Barovier&Toso has specially designed and built a crystal chandelier - 54 light bulbs, ten meters in height and two meters in diameter - which runs from top to bottom through the core of the space, spreading over four floors.
Paola Navone interprets Barovier&Toso glass with a scenographic installation in a large dark area, lit by magical creations and custom-built lamps, all created in blue tones: blue, Dutch blue, cobalt blue and aquamarine. Bespoke installation with Exagon suspension.
In Villa Amistà history blends with the contemporary interior furnishings, the result of the creativity of the famous designer Alessandro Mendini and with the numerous works by internationally renowned artists that make this hotel a real contemporary art and design museum. For this particular project, the 4607 model was chosen, the most classic of Venetian chandeliers, impressive in its polychrome version.
Custom installation created with the Exagon suspension.
Bvlgari Hotel Beijing
The prestigious Bvlgari Hotel Beijing located in the Chaoyang district, the heart of the Chinese capital, is entirely designed by the Italian architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. The architects created a true “Bvlgari jewel”, providing custom solutions, in which the Spinn suspension with a golden colour decorates the space with patterns and shadows thanks to the typical “a balotòn” technique, prompting vivid emotions as in the finest tradition of Murano. This is a personalised project in which the creations of Barovier&Toso play a role of romanticism and elegance, in tune with the characteristics of the hotel itself.
Paola Navone interprets Barovier&Toso glass with a scenographic installation in a large dark area, lit by magical creations and custom-built lamps, all created in blue tones: blue, Dutch blue, cobalt blue and aquamarine. Bespoke Taif chandelier 44 bulbs.