Vistosi's role in the world of interior design and furniture has been growing parallel to the good taste of architecture and design in the last two centuries. After collaborating with first-rate designers during the 1960s, the company has settled on the development of modular lighting systems, in order to create even more 'customised' installations: Giogali, Diadema and Ecos are the best examples of this new course. The blend used for blowing the Vistosi glass has exclusive features: it guarantees the strength and shine of the materials through time and yet it remains the product of a handcrafted process. The glass factory is the core of the glass blowing art, safeguarded by the hands of experienced masters who don't refuse to face the challenge of manufacturing the new lines and textures born from the designers' creativity. Rare chandelier made of a steel structure and hundreds of handmade Murano glass hooks designed by Angelo Mangiarotti.

Each handmade hooks, designed by Angelo Mangiarotti are meant to be hooked to each others in various configuration, allowing these pieces to be used in sculptural chandeliers. The Giogali collection is a decorative lighting system based on a single element: the handmade glass link. Featured cascade chandelier in Red Murano crystal (very rare color & no longer in production).
Metal parts in chrome with six E27 Light Bulbs facing down & two E27 Light Bulbs facing up.

Size: 70 Diam. x 320 H cm.


Vistosi "Giogali" Cascade Chandelier in Gradient Red Glass by Angelo Mangiarotti