HOTEL VILLA FIORITA

Design Crystal Chandeliers for Reception and Hotel Hall Villa Fiorita

Villa Fiorita, was built around the end of XVII century by the noble Venetian family Bragadin and is currently one of the most important villas of the “Marca Trevigiana”, in Veneto region. Today it is a luxury hotel and belongs to the Sogedin group. Over time, Villa Fiorita has been the residence of many different Venetian patrician families and at the beginning of 20th century it was transformed into an hospital.Also Ernest Hemingway spent some time at villa Fiorita at the end of 1st world war and let himself to be inspired.

For the hall of Hotel Villa Fiorita, the clarity of crystal was chosen: through a careful customized project, the choice fell on a design lamp of the Crystal collection by MULTIFORME®, thus selecting a precious and ethereal material, capable of giving value and emphasize the history of the villa itself. The Genesis chandeliers reflect the light through its cut crystal pendants, embellishing the movement and the geometric forms of the hall.

The tapered and chromed structure of the Genesis lamp by MULTIFORME® perfectly suit the style of the hall of Villa Fiorita. The transparent crystals enhance the warm nuances of the marble and wood.

The Genesis floor lamps by MULTIFORME® are characterised by a formal lightness typical of this collection and with its precious crystal pendants, help to enlighten the environment with richness, class and refinement.

Just like all lighting products by MULTIFORME® lighting, Genesis is a design chandelier completely customizable. From the colours to the finishings, Genesis by MULTIFORME® is a luxury chandelier designed to be part of an harmonius project of design, in order to catch, in its transparent crystals, the real light and spirit of the environment.

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