Stimma lampadario moderno Murano


Design by Debonademeo


Stimma describes the moment when glass, metal and light come together, occupying space and illuminating it. A veritable explosion of matter, colour and energy reminiscent of the natural impulse of a spring bloom.

In botanical language, the word Stimma refers to the top part of the flowers that has a vital function during pollination.


This name simultaneously evokes the naturalistic reference of the concept and describes the formal characteristics of the product whose structure mimics the components of flowers that expand from a central core into a complexity of forms and functions.

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Models from the collection

All our chandeliers are available in different variations and fully customizable.

Customizable and tailor-made

Available colours

A2 - tangerine
D - smoke
DB - peacock blue
G2 - marine green
M2 - aubergine

Available finishes

C - polished chrome
Don't stop at what you see, each product can be customized in the color and finish you prefer

Luca De Bona and Dario De Meo founded the Debonademeo studio based in Padua and Milan. A dual perspective marked by innovation and tradition that characterises projects aimed at overcoming the form-function dualism to enrich the contemporary habitat with expressive value. A micro and macro scale research that reinterprets and merges various fields: architecture, design, graphics and art to create contexts and artefacts capable of telling stories and inducing emotions. Declaring the hic et nunc as their own methodological manifesto, they connect different signals of the past and present to translate them into creative strategies in an innovative approach to brand identity, art direction and product design.



How did you come up with this product idea in the first place?

Working with Multiforme is like accessing an archive where history and the future meet. A journey of the senses and sensations, during which you can see ancient processes, hear the sounds of the various creative steps, touch traditional finishes and new interpretations by hand. Our role was to tell, in the form of a product, the moment in which glass, metal and light merge, occupying the space and illuminating it. A real explosion of matter, color and energy that recalls the natural impulse of a spring bloom.

How was the name conceived and what does it mean?

In botanical language, the word stigma refers to the top part of the flowers which has a vital function during pollination.

At the same time, this name evokes the naturalistic reference of the concept and describes the formal characteristics of the product whose structure imitates the components of flowers which, from a central nucleus, expand into a complexity of shapes and functions.

How did your idea evolved, once made into glass?

A small miracle that comes true every time the design passes from paper to reality, with the added value of taking shape in a vibrant and poetic material that is never the same.

Are you satisfied with the result? How much is it detached from the theoretical project and how much interest was born in the production process?

We are very satisfied. Precisely because the creative process has transfigured the design intent into an unexpected result where each element has been enriched with proportions and characteristics deriving from the empirical process.

What is light for you and how do you like to manage it in your projects?

Light is like a brush that allows you to define and calibrate the atmosphere of environments that would otherwise remain mere containers. Our projects usually use light as a malleable material that reacts with shapes and materials and expands into the surrounding space.

We also like to design products that are not only a support for artificial light, but also make sense when switched off by interacting with natural light, chiaroscuro and shadows.

If you had to think of a soundtrack that represents the product, which song would you choose? Or what artist?

La Primavera by Vivaldi, in a contemporary version rearranged with a mix of traditional instruments and digital tracks.

What did you like in particular about the cooperation with Multiforme?

The spontaneity of actions and the truth of promises. What is declared is authentic: from the people, to the workmanship, to the respect for professions like ours.

You could place your product anywhere in the world, which one would you pick?

For the installation of Euroluce 2023 we thought of a non-place, an essential housing capsule, a primordial environment on a human scale that through our product can be revitalized and flourish in the process in which any space becomes a “home”.

Is there a project you haven’t done yet and you dream of realizing in the future?

A theatrical scenography for a classical opera where sounds, people and light interact in harmony with the space.
A research project capable of making design effectively circular and sustainable in all its phases. A design format capable of bringing design to a new level of awareness.

Which people of the 20th century have influenced your vision of the world? Name three of them.

Alvaro Sizza
Dino Buzzati
Carl Jung