Breaking the rules of tradition with style.
Fabio Fornasier is an internationally acclaimed Murano glass master who has transformed the traditional Venetian chandelier into one with futuristic elements of elegance and extravaganza, intended for classic and modern settings.
Lu Murano light fixtures, crafted by Fabio Fornasieri, are renowned worldwide. Their amazing styles being the outcome of endless experiments and also ideal balance in between glass and light, a synchrony birthed from custom yet always motivated by innovation.
The expression of excellence as well as technology showcased by these light fixtures brought them at the initial enhancement of Maison & Objet Americas which is where I came across several of their iconic styles.
The chandeliers are hand-made by Master Fabio Fornasier, each of them being a special piece of art. The brand name’s collection remains in continual development, being both advanced and conventional, maintaining undamaged the historical and also cultural origins while also looking in the direction of the future and all the splendid explorations and opportunities it brings with it.
Ruthless enthusiastic research study as well as trial and error led the musician responsible for these one-of-a-kind creations to reach brand-new levels of style as well as improvement. His distinct chandeliers are entirely hand made as well as shaped by blowing. They’re fed with oil, completely clear and available in various dimensions and in more than 20 different colors.
Using traditional techniques Fabio produces modern styles, being able to produce such items as the cLUb light fixture which is a suspension lighting fixture, developed for the lighting of bar areas, clubs, resorts, dining establishments and also private homes. The version is based on 60 elements and also has an adjustable layout.
An additional fascinating piece is LUngo, a vertically developable chandelier with a fundamental, three level model showcasing a total amount of 36 components in blown and etched glass, 12 on each degree.
Yet there’s a much more fascinating job which became referred to as the TechnoLUgy chandelier. This is a carbon fiber prototype standing for a separation from Murano light fixture making but, however, infused with the unique attributes that specify each of these amazing tasks.
The design was made from moulds drawn from an initial LU blown glass chandelier. The developer’s constant research for ingenious suggestions led him to experiment with different materials of glass. The experiments also culminated with this best synergy between modern technology as well as contemporary art.
Translated in a much more present-day fashion, the TehnoLUgy chandelier is closer to both design and art as stated by him “the beginning of a brand-new voyage in the matching of varied materials“. Fabio reanimates tradition and history, yet is able to present them in a new lenses that blends modern style with carbon fiber manufacturing, an avant-garde product with a solid feeling and extremely light.
The chandelier thus surpasses the confines of glass to become something new, something unexpected as well as totally out-of-the-box. Much easier to install and weighing just 4 kg (8.8 lbs) which is substantially less than the 40 kg (88 lbs) traditional Murano glass chandelier. Something that mostly tailor-made fixtures or high-end private yachts could incorporate, a modern trend I’ve already mentioned.
These type of chandelier is probably addressed to a younger audience, Millenials perhaps? Them being less sensitive to the frailty of glass and more interested in cutting-edge materials as well as styles. Very similar to what is happening with Millenials switching to synthetic diamonds over traditional ones. I wont get into an argument into whether one is better than the other, specially because fortunately for us Murano has does not have a negative history unlike the so called blood-diamonds.
In any case, if you love Murano glass you might appreciate Master Fabio Fornasier’s work. If you would like to get a similar piece like his work, or buy a classic Murano chandelier just write or email me. I’d be happy to answer all of your queries as promptly as possible.
PS. If you’d like to find our more about Fabio Fornasier I suggest you read this interview on discover.places.