FontanaArte couldn’t miss in London. After the opening in Milan and New York, the fascinating neightborhood of Clerkenwell, favored by architects and interior designers that is enliven by design events tarting from the 24th of May, hosts the illumination brand within the showroom in Rosebery Avenue.
Surrounded by the beauty and spontaneity of Moroso’s furniture, the lighting fixtures of FontanaArte are harmoniously integrated, reciprocally accentuating the value of both brands and creating a unique atmosphere of Italian elegance. Timeless icons like the Fontana abat-jour by Max Ingrand (1954) and the Luminator floor lamp – ideated in 1933 – by Pietro Chiesa share space with most recent successes, such as Pinecone by Paola Navone, pendant and table lamp mounting a blown glass diffuser blob into a metal cage, Flex by Karim Rashid and the richly varied Bianca family, whose delicate silhouettes grace the display windows of the showroom.
The two leading brands in the world of design share the 600-m2, 2-storey showroom, which houses the inauguration of FontanaArte’s presence during the Clerkenwell Design Week – running from May, 24 to 26. Through this new opening, the brand confirms the cosmopolitan and international spirit that characterizes its philosophy.