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Cirio collection by Santa & Cole in Hong Kong

by on Nov 2, 2015 in Perspective Promotions , Products
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The Cirio Chandelier (Photo by Carlos Paricas)

The Cirio Chandelier (Photo by Carlos Paricas)

Studioimooi presents the Cirio lighting collection by Santa & Cole in their Hong Kong showroom

Designed by Antoni Arola for Spanish lighting firm Santa & Cole, Cirio was designed with a view to using LED technology to create non-aggressive lighting. The lights are inspired by the great lamps of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia mosque.

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The Cirio Chandelier (Photo by Carlos Paricas)

 

The versatility of the structure allows for various interchangeable lampshades, from the white porcelain of Sargadelos to translucent opal glass, brass and aluminium giving rise to many different applications thus generating different lighting effects.

The Cirio family comes in different versions, including Cirio Simple, Cirio Multiple, Cirio Circular, Cirio Lineal, Cirio Oval and the latest addition, Cirio Chandeliera compact and decorative design, repeatable to Versaillesque proportions, particularly suitable for spaces requiring high luminosity without losing the effects of a soft incandescent candlelit glow.

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The Cirio Chandelier (Photo by Carlos Paricas)

This 2015 collection is available exclusively in Hong Kong at Studioimooi.

Studioimooi

Address: Unit 1b, 3-5 Gough Street, Sheung Wan

E-mail: info@studioimooi.com

Phone: 92210121

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