The tr(oi)ka was founded by Aurel Aebi, Armand Louis and Patrick Reymond in La Neuveville, Switzerland, in 1991 under the label Atelier Oi. The main elements that characterise the Atelier's philosophy and work consist of its multidisciplinary nature. Orders come from the fields of architecture, design and scenography, and, most frequently, from between these different disciplines. Projects include developments for Wogg, Ribag, Roethlisberger, Swatch, B&B italia, and Desalto, among other clients. Invited to various design schools in Switzerland and abroad, they hold a teaching position in the design department of Ecal (University of Art and Design Lausanne, Switzerland).The special design of the metal elements makes it possible to obtain shapes that, almost denying the material's typical characteristics, blend together, creating a singular aerial and almost bodiless sensation. Ideal for creating the focal point of an environment, a task typically performed by conventional chandeliers, now achieved using different and truly original languages, materials, shapes and colors. There are many different finishes, styles, sizes and colors to match your specific needs.
|Allegro Vivace Suspension||196.875" H x 25.1875" W x 25.1875" D||Unavailable|
|Number of Lights:||1|
|Product Category:||Pendant Lights|
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Foscarini Allegro Vivace Suspension
The Foscarini keynote is research, into forms and materials, as well as ideas. Established in 1981 in Venice, Foscarini started out by exploring the opportunities offered by Murano glass. The management assures brand identity and coherence by careful conservation of its Murano heritage, whilst being ever ready to consider new objectives and to exercise its rare capacity for talent scouting.
The company works with both established designers who've created new trends and with younger, emerging exponents of alternative styles and approaches. This makes for a highly original catalogue and one of the most varied in the sector. Over the years, the range of materials used has expanded to include satin-finished glass, polyethylene, wood and aluminium, as well as patented materials such as an exclusive textured glass-tissue and carbone fibre composite.