01 product description
A group of lines that create an elegant, fascinating symphony in a suspended, almost magical equilibrium and give life to a new lamp designed to feature in large public and private spaces. Aluminium elements flow and combine together to give the suspension a light, bodiless effect. As well as illuminating rooms with a pleasant effect of light and shade, the lamp has a hidden and slightly mobile nature. Oscillation makes the aluminium elements vibrate and emit a soft, magical sound. This “musicality” has inspired its names - Allegro ritmico, Allegro vivace and Allegro assai – three versions in different sizes and colours that can also be personalised on request.
When used alone or in a group, Allegro is ideal for creating a visual focal point in any environment. It characterises and enhances architecture, thanks to the complexity of its language and its interpretation of materials, shapes and volumes. It gives a diffused downwards light that reflects off the ceiling.
03 technical data
|recommended Illuminant, means of lighting|
Form of protection (DIN 40050)
|IP20 protection against: solids > 12 mm|
05 All Allegro Products
06 TagsAtelier Oï Architecture et Design Articles, Atelier Oï Architecture et Design Products, Foscarini Articles, Foscarini Products
07 Articles about Foscarini and Atelier Oï Architecture et Design
Tutto è progetto!
Based in Veneto, luminaire manufacturer Foscarini relies wholly on the strength of design. Instead of developing models itself, the company has devised a system whereby it selects convincing designs from projects.› To the article
On Spokes and Shadows – Spokes by Studio García Cumini for Foscarini
Designers Vicente García Jiménez and Cinzia Cumini presented their new magical piece for Foscarini in Milan: A spacious ceiling-mounted luminaire that is thoroughly well conceived technologically speaking, and entrancingly light.
Young British Charisma
Three intensive days in May on Clerkenwell Design Week are brought to a close. Catching up with a truly British interpretation of international design impulses and gaining glimpses of the thought processes that drives creative studios.