Il catalogo Saya è dedicato completamente ad una collezione di sospensioni molto decorative e di grande carattere. Scarica il documento e vienei a scoprire la tre forme e le numerose finiture disponibili.
The News 2017.2 catalogue was created for Euroluce 2017, an important international lighting exhibition held in conjunction with Milan’s Salone del Mobile. The publication is a reminder for those who visit the Fabbian stand, as it contains all the collections presented at the event. First of all, the new products: the technical Claque spotlights, the modular Freeline system, and the decorative Lens and Olympic suspensions; followed by the best of the past two years: Aèrostat, Beluga Royal, Crio, Giunco, Laminis, Metropole and Tripla.
The 2017 General Catalogue contains all our collections, divided into three categories: Decorative, Technical and Systems. With this publication, we’ve tried to be as comprehensive as possible in relation to Fabbian products, describing the qualities and benefits of our lighting in detail. A wealth of photographs illustrates how Fabbian fixtures are more than just lamps – they’re design objects which decorate and enrich the spaces they occupy.
Works|6 is a the summary of all the best lighting projects developed with the use of Fabbian products. We intend it to be a real inspiration book for all those who seek ideas on how to use our lights.
The Sleep Event 2016 brochure is a specific leaflet including all collections presented during the show. In particular, the collections on showcase are Aérostat, with its complete range of table, floor and pendant lights; Beluga Royal, a collection of trendy pendant lamps; Laminis, a customizable glass chandelier; Metropole, a made-to-measure wall screen made of fabric and wood; Multispot Tooby, a collection of pendants and chandeliers; and Tripla, a complete collection of crystal lamps.
This small booklet is a photographic presentation of Fabbian products. It contains the most representative and recent collections, complete with photographs of settings and interiors to show how our lighting can distinguish a space, adding character and value. Fabbian lamps are the product of refined, modern design based on incredibly precise engineering studies to address the needs and demands of modern-day life.
This catalogue presents the new collections and updates of 2016. First and foremost is the elegant Tripla range, with single or multiple pendant lamps, table lamps, wall sconces, recessed ceiling lighting and the system to create light clusters, arranged as desired. Next in the catalogue is Aérostat, with new finishes for the metal structures; the blown glass of Eyes; the pendants, wall fixtures and ceiling lamps of Loop, with various finishes; and the elegance of the Polair pendant. The second half of the catalogue includes all of our more technical products: the Venus, Pivot, Puà and Quarter recessed lighting fixtures. Finally, the Systems section presents the Multispot collection in its Beluga, Polair and Tooby diffuser versions.
The 2015 General Catalogue contains all our collections, divided into three categories: Decorative, Technical and Systems. With this publication, we’ve tried to be as comprehensive as possible in relation to Fabbian products, describing the qualities and benefits of our lighting in detail. A wealth of photographs illustrates how Fabbian fixtures are more than just lamps – they’re design objects which decorate and enrich the spaces they occupy.
The Works|5 catalogue is a useful reference guide for those who work with Fabbian lighting. It includes beautiful images of actual projects from recent years, divided by type of environment: private homes, hotels, bars and lounges, wellness centres, trade shows, infrastructure and services, museums and theatres, shops, restaurants and offices. The book is a way to present the company, but is also a tool to provide inspiration and ideas to architects and interior designers as they work on new projects.
This catalogue is entirely dedicated to one of Fabbian’s signature collections: Laminis. The system is presented in an entirely unexpected, yet captivating and unique location. The collection’s beautiful glass and light walls were installed in two quarries full of national history and meaning: Grassi 1880 Cave and Grassi Pietre s.r.l., both in Vicenza, Italy. With this photographic series, set deep within the earth, we have brought out the best of Laminis’ qualities while, perhaps most importantly, demonstrating the infinite possibilities it can offer those who seek unique, original products for their own projects.