2015 marks another great achievement in the history of Barovier&Toso. The most important lighting trade fair, Euroluce, has come to an end with an extraordinary response from the public that was particularly receptive to the new proposals, on display at the stand in Hall 9, designed by the architects Fabio Calvi and Paolo Brambilla around the central theme of the dialogue between light and drapery. Sinuous draperies, volumous cascades of colour and rich curtains of soft fabrics were the counterpoint to the many novelties; decisive presences, intended to strongly characterise each environment, to create volumes, to interpret light through the irregularity and beauty of the drapes; a homely dimension designed to emphasise the experience of light uniquely and intimately.
In an atmosphere shrouded in black, large white stages accommodated the chandeliers of Marcel Wanders, of Chiaramonte Marin, of the AI Group and of the same Calvi and Brambilla, all fantastically matched with special aspect fabrics and colour intentionally combined to enhance both light and shadow. The environment wouldn't have been complete without some of the most popular chandeliers and a brand new Barovier&Toso signed installation.
The relaxation area, slightly set apart and with soft lighting, invited visitors to rest beneath a glittering Taif gold chandelier with a height of almost three metres.