The Case Studies section presents the most beautiful and interesting lighting projects developed with the use of Fabbian lights. From commercial places like hotels or restaurants, to private spaces like houses or villas, Fabbian is the perfect lighting partner who is able to provide technical yet stunning solutions.
From 14 to 19 April 2015, the annual Euroluce exhibition took place in Milan. Fabbian was present with a large range of its latest products on display, largely focused on cascades of light and glass. numerous Lumi hanging lamps were fitted above the tables, at different heights, and a Multispot Beluga chandelier was installed in a way to create a large hemisphere.
Above the reception desk, light was provided by Multispot Tooby lamps, one row at the same height and another at irregular heights. Areas were also created to present the new collections for 2015: Loop/strong>, Polair/strong>, Pivot, Puà, Quarter, Eyes and also from 2014: Giro, Cyclone, Arèrostat and Boomy. Finally, the circumference of the entire stand was defined with Tile and Laminis lamps.
Ach. Pamio design
Ph. Tobia Berti
From 30 March to 4 April 2014, the Light+Building 2014 trade show took place in Frankfurt (Germany), where Fabbian displayed the novelties for 2014. Architects Dompieri&Pisoni created a very cosy, open-space stand, in the centre of which tables and seating were provided for customers, who could admire the 2014 collections on the surrounding walls: Glu, Cyclone, Mia, Aèrostat, Boomy, Cloudy and the coloured hanging lamps Oru. Around the space defined by Tile lamps and to the back of the entrance desk hung a row of Leaf prototype tiles.
From 9 to 14 April 2013, Fabbian took part in the Euroluce 2013 exhibition in Milan. The large stand covering 200 square metres was designed by the Architects Dompieri&Pisoni, who created a path of light to present the novelties of 2013. It began with the latest additions to the Lumi Mochi collections, with round and square-shaped hanging lamps with several light sources, and close by the Lamas lamps with an unusual polycarbonate diffuser.
Further along was the Tools area, with all the variants of this lamp collection, in different colours, followed by Cloudy and the rich collection of lamps in wood in the Stick collection. The path ended with the Clove collection in coloured metal. The reception desk was illuminated by Oru hanging lamps and, to the back, a sparkling wall of Tile lamps. The seating area for visitors was illuminated by LED hanging lamps created especially for the offices of the important Florentine museum, the Uffizi.
Ph. Alberto Parise
Dal 15 al 20 aprile 2012 si è tenuta a Francoforte (Germania) l’esposizione Light+Building 2012. Fabbian ha esposto le collezioni degli ultimi due anni in uno stand tutto aperto progettato dallo studio milanese Salottobuono.
A soffitto sono state predisposte 4 nicchie dove sono state installate le sospensioni Lumi di forme diverse, nove Roofer nei colori verde e marrone, le plafoniere Enck bianche disposte a cerchio e nove lampade Kwark bianche. Tutt’attorno numerose plafoniere della collezione Quadriled definiscono le quattro zone. Infine, una lunga parete Tile a led illumina il lungo bancone che, come la teca di un museo, mostra e spiega i componenti del sistema Tile.
Ph. Giorgio De Vecchi
From 22 to 25 October in 2011, the Index 2011 exhibition was held in Dubai, where Fabbian presented its stand that was entirely dedicated to the Tile system. To one side of the stand, to define the space, two striking luminous walls of Tile lamps were installed, while in the centre of the stand a circular chandelier was created using numerous ‘tiles’.
Behind the reception desk, there was another long wall of LED Tile lamps. This event gave Fabbian the opportunity to show the world the great and numerous possible uses of the Tile system. With Tile it is possible to build architectural elements such as illuminated walls or glass pillars, to create unique spaces with a very striking effect.
Arch. Pamio Design
From 12 to 15 October in 2011, Fabbian participated in the international ISaloni Worldwide 2011 exhibition in Moscow (Russia). For this exhibition, Lumi hanging lamps in various shapes and sizes were installed over the reception desk, creating a charming, highly decorative light fitting. The area of the stand was delineated by sparkling dual-row walls of Tile lamps.
The company wanted to present above all the Tile system to the Russian market, due to its potential and the high quality of the crystal used. With Tile it is possible to create large, luxurious lighting projects, sophisticated chandeliers and exquisite installations that will make any room unique.
Arch. Pamio Design
From 12 to 17 April 2011, Fabbian displayed its latest products at the usual biennial Euroluce exhibition in Milan. The large stand covering 200 square metres was planned by the young English designer, Benjamin Hubert, who was also the brain behind two of the collections presented at the fair.
The minimalist, white painted stand was very cosy and fully open along the long side. The reception desk was illuminated by four Roofer hanging lamps while at the back, partitioned by two high and long Tile walls, there was a negotiating area. Kwark lamps by Karim Raschid, Ombra lamps and numerous Lumi wall lamps were installed on the side walls. In the centre, amidst a cane thicket, other novelties were on display: Paddle, Angle, Giunco, Spirito di Venezia and Lumi hanging and table lamps.
Designer Benjamin Hubert
Ph. Giulio Favotto
From 22 to 27 April 2009, Fabbian participated at the Euroluce 2009 exhibition in Milan, with a stand of 400 square metres. It was designed by Architect Alberto Torsello and consisted of a closed area in the centre and an area at the side, where a path allowed visitors to admire the novelties and best-selling products.
At the entrance, the long reception desk was illuminated by three imposing Crio lamps in the dark wood version, while the following collections were displayed on the sides of the high niches: Tube, Book, Diamond&Swirl, Domina, Factory, Folio, Flow, Vela, Ali, Plano, Kir, and Leto. In the very centre, the large and intimate customer reception area was defined by numerous tables illuminated by elegant Flow table lamps, and along the sides there was a bookcase with catalogues illuminated by Venere spotlights.
Arch. Alberto Torsello
Ph. Giulio Favotto
From 21 to 24 November 2009 in Rimini, the Sia Guest 2009 exhibition took place - the International Hospitality Exhibition. Fabbian was called on to use its design and quality to illuminate and enhance numerous spaces planned by important architects.
A large installation made with Tile lamps was used to define the stand of several lighting companies. In other common areas and in the Good Design Hotel, lamps from the Vela and Diamond&Swirl collections were used for the lounge area, while Tube and Cubetto were used for the conference room, Plano was used for the information desk and more walls made using Tile and Beluga Steel were created for the path leading through the art gallery.
Ph. Giulio Favotto
From 22 to 25 November 2008, the meeting on the new frontier of hospitality, Sia Guest 2008, took place in Rimini. Fabbian took part as technical sponsor for illumination and took care of the illumination of the Enjoy your Flight area, dedicated to the different styles used in airline lounges at airports.
In one of these, “SirenettaBistrò”, planned by Architect Luca Scacchetti, recessed spotlights from the Venere, Cricket, Eli, and Tondo collections were used, plus Rombo from the Faretti collection, the large Crio hanging lamp in light-coloured wood and lamps from the Classici collection. In the common areas, wall lamps with a support arm from the Beluga Steel collection were used, Toroidale and Crio hanging lamps, and adjustable Snake and Beluga Stone wall lamps, as well as recessed spotlights from the Sette W, Faretti Lei, and Venere collections.
Ph. Giulio Favotto
The Made Expo 2010 took place in Milan from 3 to 6 February, the trade show dedicated to architecture, design and construction. Fabbian illuminated the stand of Incana Natura, a leading manufacturer of wall decoration systems.
The stand recreated living rooms in which it welcomed its customers, and the lamps used were: Tile luminous walls as partition walls, Tube and large sphere Beluga Steel hanging lamps, track-mounted Beluga Crystal spotlights, Plano recessed spotlights, Snake and Bungee, and wall lamps mounted on a glass plate, Beluga Crystal. Almost all the lamps were positioned close to the walls to exalt each model and create suggestive lighting effects on the beautiful stone wall coverings.
Ph. Giorgio Favotto