Exhibited at the Salone Del Mobile, 2016, there’s a new addition at Fendi Casa. Architect Marco Costanzi’s new Velum Lamps are so much more than lights. Taking design inspiration from tribal masks and metallic cutting tools used to construct Fendi pieces, Costanzi’s made a striking pair of pieces.
Across the collection are wall, table and floor lamps, each with their own unique design features. The wall lamps are punctured with holes to create a see-through effect, passing light in different ways. Of course, it wouldn’t be Fendi without some fur, and so the wall lamps come in a fluffed-up version recalling the house’s Fur Tablets.
Dedicated to the Fendi Casa Contemporary Collection, the new Fendi Casa exhibition space was too designed by Marco Costanzi and takes design notes from the Fendi Private Suites, the boutique hotel.