Gemma pendant light by Giovanni Barbato for De Majo

Gemma pendant light
Description

Overview

 

The de Majo Gemma is a nice pendant lamp with one flame designed by Giovanni Barbato. The ceiling mounting of the Gemma S1 consists of chromed metal and you may choose between a centralised or a decentralised power input. The conical diffuser is made of glass offered in a completely clear version and a variant with the lower part being out of frosted glass. At the upper part of the diffuser there is a decorative crystal glass sphere that will immediately catch everybody's attention. This sphere is available in white, red, blue or in a clear version.

Apart from the Gemma , de Majo also offers a fascinating floor lamp, a nice wall lamp as well as several pendant lamps belonging to this series. All these luminaires are to be found in our online shop.

 

Specifications

 

 

Material : canopy: chrome
     diffuser: glass
     decorative element: glass

Height of the diffuser: 26,5 cm
Suspension of the lamp: max. 200
Adjustable in height

 

Manufacture

 

DE MAJO IIluminazione was first established at the end of the second world war by Guido de Majo, who, having left his native Naples, moved to the Lagoon, and in 1947 founded his first glassworks on the island of Murano. Right from the first moment, although small in size, thanks to a discerning company strategy committed to product quality, this company played an important role in Murano glassmaking, becoming, in just a few years, a solid and consolidated industry.

By focusing on quality our brand has always seized the new and exciting opportunities created in the glassmaking industry. In the 70’s design became an important element in production and DE MAJO was one of the first companies to invest in this concept and introduced alongside the traditional high-quality crafted products, a standardised range expanding its own market considerably.

 

 

Designer

Giovanni-BarbatoGiovanni Barbato

was born in Padua in 1974. He graduated from the University of Architecture in Venice and then attended a course in Industrial Design in Padua. It was the passion for glass that led him to study at the Abate Zanetti school di Murano where he established friendships and collaborations with the glass factories.  At a very early age, he started to design and sign projects for many companies in Murano Island, becoming one of the leading designers in lighting. In 2012, he has been cooperating with some of the main companies in the lighting industry, also designing the Spiry collection for Axo Light.

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