Foscarini is an Italian company that has achieved worldwide fame for its high-quality designer lighting. Founded in 1981 on the Venetian island of Murano, Foscarini initially drew inspiration from the traditions of local glassmaking, but from the outset embodied the spirit of experimentation and quickly moved on to other production processes and materials.
Foscarini's current portfolio is characterized by the use of various materials: from concrete, as in the award-winning Aplomb pendant lamp, to the strong glass of the luxurious glass sphere Caboche Plus. Foscarini is a kind of "research laboratory" focused on the development of new products and innovative projects.
The brand is constantly collaborating with renowned designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Rodolfo Dordoni, Tord Boontje, and Joseph Forakis, who developed the Havana floor lamp for Foscarini, which has already been included in the collections of MoMA in New York and the Pompidou Center in Paris.
Foscarini continues to refine its lighting collections, which are as diverse as they are technically sophisticated. The Caboche ceiling lamp is one of the most noble Foscarini lamp designs. The Spokes lamp provides a particularly beautiful interplay of light and shadow.
Foscarini lamps are designed as designer objects that transform spaces: they bring beauty and awaken emotions. Foscarini is passion, freedom, design, Italian craftsmanship, charisma, poetry, and innovation - key words that describe the values and culture of the company that permeate every aspect of its work, whether it be intellectual creativity, creative production, or customer interaction.