In order to be updated on all the activities carried out by the company, it is possible to browse all news reported in this section and arranged by category. The most interesting releases regard the launch of new lamps or design and furniture events. Finally yet importantly, all lighting projects developed in collaboration with renowned architects are presented in this section.
Fabbian was asked to decorate the lobby area around the stairs leading to the prestigious Hotel Willemswerf in Rotterdam. This spacious, luminous area is dominated by the huge chandelier measuring 180 cm in diameter and 400 cm max. in height.
Strategically positioned between the prestigious Harvard and MIT universities, Café ArtScience designed by Mathieu Lehanneur opens its doors.
One of the new collections presented at the last Frankfurt fair has been chosen to light up the ITAS insurance offices in Castelfranco Veneto (TV, Italy). The extremely rigorous and clean environments have been made very particular and original by this highly decorative and impressive lamp.
The Tiramisù restaurante in the Marina di Venezia camp site in Cavallino, in Venice, Italy, is a superb example of how a simple lamp can become not only a distinctive decorative element, but the main theme of an entire furnishing project.
This wall lamp, designed by Marco Piva to enlighten a prestigious hotel in Milan, arises from a detailed research on the elegance and the sensuality that characterised the Art Deco style of the 20’s and 30’s.
Double crystal walls define the reception of the Abu Dhabi office of Dolphine Energy Limited, a company that has produced natural gas in the Middle East for over 25 years.
The original idea was inspired by the presentation of Tile during the Index exhibition in Dubai in 2011: this sparked the beginning of the working partnership between Fabbian and the international architecture and interior design studio Pringle Brandon Perkins + Will of Dubai.
Fabbian Illuminazione has realized the ambitious The Wing project, a glass and light sculpture designed by the famous firm of architects, Norman Foster + Partners of London and positioned inside the Hong Kong airport, as symbol of the Cathay Pacific airline’s VIP lounge.
A hundred of Toroidale lamps light up the new shopping center Simplon Center, Migros, in Bris Gliss, Switzerland.
In the heart of St Petersburg officially has opened the doors the Mariinsky II Theatre. The Opening Night Gala, conducted by the general director Valery Gergiev, featured Plácido Domingo and the president of Russia Vladimir Putin.
The new opera house connect to the historic stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, which opened in 1860, by a planned pedestrian bridge. Mariinsky II features seven stories and three underground levels, including a main auditorium, a 200-seat rooftop amphitheatre, a third-floor lobby amphitheatre, multiple rehearsal rooms, and production facilities for 2,500 staff.
Villa Raúl is a prestigious private residence centrally located in the city of Tudela (Navarra, Spain).
“The architecture is of elegant proportions with compact volumes – explains architect Enrique Delso Cruchaga. This creates a precise vibration of lights and shadows on the materiality of the white limestone. The lighting project has been well coordinated with the architecture, with quality, rationality and a spectacular surprise.”
The Royal Berkshire is a splendid and regal 18th-cent. country house which has been transformed into a four-star hotel.
Fabbian lights up the Elco offices of Inzago (BG), completely restructured according to a Bluemilano Srl project.
At Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport, the new First and Business Class Lounge of Cathay Pacific, the flag carrier of Hong Kong, has been chosen Tile Fabbian to illuminate and decorate the reception.
The HB Hotel is the only 3 star superior hotel in the center of Aosta.
The four-star Hotel Mirador del Moncayo is situated in a small town in Spain, Olvega - Soria.
A series of custom made Fabbian Tile light up the new Skins Cosmetics Shop in Amsterdam.
Skins Cosmetics opened a new shop in the Conservatorium Hotel, the iconic five-star hotel located in the heart of Amsterdam. Four Fabbian Tile ceiling lamps light up this luxury shop, where they sell high level cosmetics with an high-level service.
The Studio Rublek (Amsterdam) has designed very special Tile ceiling lamps, with a balanced equilibrium of empty and full, for a very modern effect, which fits perfectly with the interior design of the luxury shop.
The district of Voronezh in Russia is illuminated by a series of Tile custom made.
The interior design study UNK Project of Moscow, has studied a special Tile (both ceiling and wall lamps), with inserts of glass in amber and gold finish, for a luxury style.
A sparkling Fabbian Tile lights up the Plaza Hotel 4-stars in Ljubljana. The project, undertaken by the Arch. Rok Kuhar and Arch. Katjusa Kranjc, consists of a Tile wall as an element of continuity between the lobby of the prestigious hotel and the lounge area at first floor overlooking the entrance.
This Tile composition is higher than 8 meters and is 4.5 meters wide and light sources are hidden in the false ceiling. The whole hotel's design is based on the pattern of the single Tile, which is repeated in the decorations of the ceilings and walls.
The Sani Resort, an elegant 5-star hotel in the Kassandra peninsula, is lit up by Fabbian lamps. The large and stylish lobby of the Greek resort is illuminated by Fabbian’s crystal spotlights Faretti, in the corridors you notice the Diamond & Swirl wall lights.
For this project, architect Davide D'Agostino tried out a new distribution and representation concept, unusual for an architecture and design firm. The idea was in fact to create an organization in which the operative and exhibitive components blend together and produce a unitary message.
Substantially, around a central creative core, a “design gallery” is developed in which objects, furnishings, sculptures and complete settings represent and communicate the résumé of the Firm’s design philosophy.
The four-star hotel Krasicki, lit up inside by numerous Fabbian lamps, took the International Hotel Award’s prestigious “Best International New Hotel Construction & Design” prize.
The hotel Krasicki, which occupies the ancient castle of the Polish city of Lidzbark Warmiński, was designed by architect Katarzyna Dzsus. The interior design of this four-star Hotel is a skilful blend of contemporary style and the very special medieval appeal of the ancient building.
Baffito’s Bar & Pizzeria is a new 140-cover restaurant in Warrington, Cheshire that serves up classic Italian food in a unique and inviting environment.
Fabbian Roofer pendant lighting sourced by Andy Thornton are positioned throughout three of Baffito’s areas: the pizzeria, trattoria and garden. The project’s contractor Dawnvale specified the lamps shades, which come complete with diffuser. The quirky, urban interior is completed by a combination of grey Roofer pendants, vintage furniture and a checkerboard tiled floor.
Fabbian published the new catalogue WORKS|2,
a selection of lighting projects made with our lighting fixtures.
WORKS|2 is an important tool for professional consultants and customers since it gives everyone the opportunity to see in context our lamps.
It was recently opened the In Hotel in Medjugorje - Bosnia-Herzegovina. The building is completely new, not very big but finished and furnished with class and good taste.
Fabbian contributed to the final result of the hotel supplying the lighting fixtures and the spotlights that light the indoor and outdoor environments of the building. Not only, through its project department, Fabbian provided the study of the hotel lighting too. Closely working with the architect and the owner it was able to install functional lamps which met also the aesthetic needs of the client.
Another area revived with a new light: the historical and traditional shop "Eliseo" of Caldiero Spa (Verona, Italy) redesigned by the Arch. Alberto Apostoli.
The Hotel Guarda Golf is located at Crans-Montana, the renowned Swiss skiing resort in the heart of the Canton Valais, at an altitude of 1500 m, with wonderful views and an important “Jack Nicklaus” golf course.
The hotel is fairly small in size, but distinguished by extreme elegance and attentive and personalised service.
The hotel features an international restaurant, another typically Valais restaurant offering traditional cuisine, a lounge area with large stone fireplace, two meeting rooms, a baby parking facility and a Spa with swimming pool and fitness room.