Le Sfere Model 2109 Chandelier

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Gino Sarfatti

In 1959, Le Sfere was launched in a solar system of its own, revolving around a single luminous sphere. Le Sfere features a simple, yet elegant principle in which a blown opaline glass sphere is held in place by a painted aluminium ring. A refined embrace that lends the luminaire a graphic expression and brings forth its distinctive aesthetic.

To Gino Sarfatti, Le Sfere was a multifaceted, open-minded luminaire system, suitable for illuminating all kinds of spaces with its ambient moonlight, from a modest corridor to exclusive private and commercial settings.

Gino Sarfatti gradually expanded the collection to fit larger commissioned projects. Among them is the famous Teatro Regio in Turin, Italy, where Le Sfere can still be seen in a variety of compositions, including cascades and columns, that emphasise the genius and beauty of the chandelier system.


$ 12,550 

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Opaline glass, painted aluminium, steel

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20th Century Design Icon
Made in Italy

16 x 14cm Spheres / ø 95cm
16 x 20cm Spheres / ø 140cm
24 x 14cm Spheres / ø 134cm

70–160cm Installation Height

Le Sfere Model 2109 Chandelier

Le Sfere Model 2109 Chandelier

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Le Sfere Model 2109 Chandelier

Gino Sarfatti

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Creating and curating lighting objects that honour and advance the evolution of lighting. Astep celebrates the work of both modernist era and contemporary designers who have focused on new technology developments to enhance modern living and carry the tradition of intelligent experimentation.

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Gino Sarfatti

Gino Sarfatti is considered the godfather of modern Italian lighting. From the 1930s to the 70s, Sarfatti created over 700 floor lamps, pendant lights, table lamps, spotlights and chandeliers. Sarfatti's dedication to innovation has meant his products have stood the test of time, looking as fresh today as the day they were first designed.

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