An iconic collection designed by Angelo Brotto in the '70s.
The artistic collaboration with Angelo Brotto reaches its highest expressive impact in the collection of luminous sculptures known as Quasars. The historical period of reference is the late 1960s, when the artist began to explore the idea of making works that could act as a point of contact between lighting fixtures and artistic compositions.
The Quasars are objects with precise forms and a forceful theatrical presence, capable of adding character to any setting. This is because the artistic value of the works is not limited to their technical lighting function: each piece was formulated by Angelo Brotto as the result of a precise inspiration, based on his remarkable spirit of observation.
These luminous creations, which have become symbols of Esperia in the world, were also the result of the company’s ongoing collaboration with important glassworks in Murano.
The light filtered through the often colorful irregular glass crystals, which seem like objects from outer space, makes these timeless works even more ethereal and surreal.
Today, Esperia still reissues the historic Quasars, rigorously based on the original drawings by Angelo Brotto, with the same fine workmanship as in the past, often relying on the very same glassworks over the years. The present catalogue features some of the most important pieces, like Mattino d’Inverno, Oceano and Fantasia Notturna.
DIMENSION: H 80 x L 80 cm | 31,5 x 31,5 In