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.
Constructed in 1967, the building is located in the Legazpi district of Madrid.
Fabbian is also a tailor-made project, like the tailor-made lighting fixtures created for the recent Great Hill Partners project, a Boston-based finance company specializing in private equity.
The Canadian National Railway Company (CN) recently opened a new training centre for employees in the suburbs of Chicago. The building can hold up to 250 CN students who come to Chicago from all over the United States to be trained for all of the main railway jobs. The new CN apprentices and CN staff are welcomed by 13 white Crio lights of varying sizes installed at various heights in the spacious lobby.
Garnett Architects, LLC
Ph. James John Jetel
The Illumination Engineering Firm Kugler Ning and Gensler collaborated to combine architecture and light into a single entity for the large headquarters of a financial consultant in New York. The offices spread over seventeen floors and include open plan and private offices, a marketing department, a conference centre, a dining area, and an executive office level. The stylish Lei crystal spotlights were chosen for their bright light and classic design.
Designer: Gensler NY
Lighting Designer: Kugler Ning
Ph. Garrett Rowland
The Mono-Easy collection was chosen for the Novi Volvox offices for their classic lines and clean distribution of light. Set above the conference table, they illuminate the workspace uniformly. The main desk is dominated by the industrial style Factory suspension light which adds character to the environment. For the staircase, we chose the Multispot Tooby collection which decorates the space with an arrangement of glass positioned at different heights.
Arch. Loreana Design
The staircase of the Boston Real Estate Investment has been made even more shinier by a massive Tile wall installed on the first floor ceiling which reaches the ground floor. Even a professional environment such as an office space can become classy and refined, thanks to the right installation and to the right material. The use of a glass banister, along with the large windows, makes the use of Tile in the staircase leading to the relax area just right.
Architect: Visnick & Caufield Architects
Photography: Design Imaging Studios
FedEx provides a high quality delivery service in more than 220 countries around the world, their reputation is well-known internationally. Also in their headquarters in Dallas (USA) they chose high quality and therefore they chose Fabbian made in Italy products.
The lounge area is lit up by Crio, white aluminium structure and polymethyl methacrylate diffuser. The perfect solution for such a modern and lively office environment.
Fotografo: Michael Robinson Photography
Fabbian lights up the Elco Offices of Inzago (BG), completely restructured according to a Bluemilano Srl project. All the systems have been revamped and the ceiling systems have been overhauled. The air-conditioning system and Plano light system have been housed in the two plasterboard side strips, the corridor, lower and made of plasterboard, is lit up by Venere spotlights.
The bathrooms have been modernized near the mirrors there are Beluga White and Lumi.
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.
Two walls of Tile, each one stretching six metres long, define the lobby: 2376 tiles of transparent crystal, interspaced by 48 amber-coloured tiles in turn illuminated by a waterfall of light create an eye-catching area that becomes the focal point of the room.
Arch. Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will
The offices of the Tonazzo Group are situated on the upper floors of a modern skyscraper in the city of Padua. The rooms are very spacious and airy, also thanks to the full-length windows that offer a spectacular view of the city. The sophisticated design of the offices is made-to-measure, and for this reason it was decided to use Tile lamps to create dividing walls in this open-space office environment.
Tile is highly suitable because it fills and defines spaces, reflects the light that arrives from all angles and when lit, uses LED RGB technology to create unique, pleasant atmospheres even during working hours. This project also involved the use of Sky hanging lamps above the meeting room table and numerous white Factory hanging lamps over the single workstations.
In the extra-luxurious offices of GGICO Properties in Dubai (U.A.E.) special areas have been created for moments of relax, to be used during working hours or during breaks during important meetings. These areas are very comfortable and cosy, with modern, high-class furniture, large, comfortable sofas and armchairs, filling the large lounge and conversation areas. Tile lamps have been installed in these areas to enhance the ambiance making it even more elegant and luxurious.
These lamps only serve the purpose of providing light but are a unique decoration in their own right.
The offices of Itas of Castelfranco Veneto are simple, ordinary spaces arranged to accommodate a large number of employees who work here daily, and customers. The minimalist and anonymous furniture has been enhanced by the lighting chosen. To illuminate all the offices, the open space entrance and corridors, hanging lamps from the Glu collection in white coated aluminium have been used.
Thanks to their sophisticated, futuristic design, they make the spaces more interesting and pleasant and the indirect up-lighting makes it possible create pleasant lighting effects.
Ph. Alberto Parise
A firm of chartered accountants in Paris has installed numerous Fabbian lamps to enhance the airy, cosy interiors, furnished in a modern, young style with hints of contemporary art. In the entrance, above the reception desk and in the conference room, we find spotlights from the Plano collection. Cubetto wall lamps with transparent glass have been used along the corridors and the stairways.
Lumi Baka hanging lamps with white frosted glass have been installed above the workstations. In the bathrooms, illumination is provided by white spotlights from the Venere and Faretti Blow collections, and in the internal courtyard on the ground floor, Beluga lamps illuminate the greenery of the trees.
The offices of the Italian Consulate in Saint Petersburg (Russia) are housed inside a very important historic building of the city with a sober, elegant style. Fabbian was called on to enhance these spaces and make important events that take place inside this building unique. Ali lamps have been fitted on the wall and Zoè hanging lamps on the ceiling.
The sophisticated style of Clap table lamps has been selected for the desks, while a Vela floor lamp stands in one corner. White is the colour chosen for all the lamps to make the rooms even more sophisticated.
Arch. Paul Zechini
The Administrative headquarters of the City of Voronezh in Russia are lit by a series of custom-made Tile lamps. The interior design is the work of the UNK Project study of Moscow, which involved the creation of custom-made Tile lamps (on the ceiling and walls), with inserts in amber-coloured glass and a gold-coloured finish to create a more luxurious style.
Each room is characterised by exquisite materials and finishes, such as highly-prized red marble on the floor and white marble on the walls and classic pillars. Tile lamps do not only fit in perfectly but enhance these interiors, thanks to the fine quality and sparkle of the crystal and gold finishes.
Studio UNK Project
For Dada Architecture + Design poject, Arch. 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.
By visiting these spaces, already-acquired and potential clients thus have the chance to come into contact with a new form of communication, that which architect D'Agostino calls “Planning within the Project”. The bottom line is that the clients manage to develop their own projects, stimulated and inspired by the environment in which they find themselves.
Fabbian plays lead role in lighting up this project: notice the white Crio suspension lamp above the PC stations, the rectangular Sospesa lamp above the meeting table, a series of Giunco floor lamps creating a highly suggestive effect in the luxury bathroom setting, the Angle floor lamp and two Elle lamps lighting up the country chic lounge, further enhanced by a Tile lamp. A series of Cubetto suspension lamps light up the corridor and the pictures decorating it. The Cricket spotlights and the Slot light fitting complete the lighting of the large study.
Arch. Davide d'Agostino
Ph. Alessandro Astegiano
The showroom of Fantoni Mastruzzi is located in Porto Mantovano (VR, Italy). Here, the company presents the latest trends in office furniture. The colour scheme is neutral with strokes of pastel colours in certain parts of the cabinets. For illumination in the showroom, lamps have been chosen with an elegant, sober, sophisticated, and modern design.
The entrance is quite striking thanks to the three beautiful white hanging lamps in different sizes from the Crio collection, positioned at different heights creating a certain dynamism in the area. In the corners, we find an Elle floor lamp in grey cement and a sophisticated Angle floor lamp in black.
Arch. Paolo Cortivo Ambostudio
Ph. Giulio Favotto
The elegant offices of Eleva Design, an avant-garde design studio that deals with the planning and furnishing of offices and interiors, is located in Verona. In these ultra-modern, minimalist spaces, there are several cutting-edge elements that have been designed with working comfort in mind.
The illumination in the corridors is provided by the Mono&Easy recessed spotlights with white glass diffusers, while the workstations and meeting room tables are lit by hanging lamps from the Factory collection in white coated metal.
Arch. Marco Viola
Ph. Giulio Favotto
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The offices of 2Effe Engineering in Brescia (Italy), are a spacious and well organised working environment. The furniture and finishes chosen are modern, in neutral shades with coloured elements that brighten up the ambiance. The lighting project was designed to guarantee the perfect type and amount of light for the office workers.
For the stairways and corridors, long sections of recessed lighting from the Slot and Zen collections were chosen, that also add a touch of dynamism. The conference room has been illuminated using orientable Plano recessed spotlights, which are track-mounted to enable them to be moved around as wished. The meeting room is decorated with the elegance of Sospesa lamps.
Ph. Giulio Favotto
The new Fantoni Showroom is situated in the centre of Milan. It is designed on an advanced concept of the contemporary workspace that goes beyond space, furniture and traditional technology. Fabbian Illuminazione was one of the three partners chosen to participate in the project, and really showed the best it has to offer in technology.
In the entrance hall, on the false ceiling made in sound-absorbent material painted in a shade of natural wood, a sort of bar code has been painted with the Zen Black system, in which alternate blocks of orientable lamps have been installed with halogen QR111 and metal halide light sources. On the remaining part of the ceiling, single, fully recessed lamps with fluorescent light bulbs from the Zen collection have been fitted at regular intervals. In the meeting room, a Cricket hanging lamp is installed above the table, in the white embossed version, while the sound-absorbent wall is bathed by a cascade of recessed LED spotlights from the Cricket collection. On the stairway leading to the lower floor and along the corridor leading to the offices, light is provided by halogen lamps from the Tube collection. The desks are illuminated by elegant, dual emission Factory hanging lamps in shiny white. On the ceiling, also made in sound-absorbent material but painted white, Zen recessed spotlights with fluorescent light bulbs are fitted, and are also used to illuminate the projection room.
Arch. Marco Viola
Ph. Giulio Favotto
The offices of Fabris are located in the industrial area of Padua, and consist of spacious, well-furnished interiors that look out from large full-length windows. The modern, simply style of the interiors led to the decision to install Fabbian lamps. In the president’s office, the striking black Angle floor lamp illuminates the crystal-top table, while the meeting room is fitted with two hanging lamps from the Sky collection.
The single workstations are lit by Pulse hanging lamps using LED light bulbs and white lamps from the Factory collection.
Ph. Giulio Favotto
Porto Viro (RO, Italy) is home to the San Giusto Polyclinic, which offers health services in different fields. The structure is very appealing and well-groomed with fine furniture and a modern design. All the corridors and common areas are illuminated with Fabbian lamps. In the entrance, we find numerous orientable spotlights in steel from the Venere collection, which provides optimum illumination thanks to the halogen light bulbs.
Venere is also used in the waiting rooms and lounge areas, and in the stairwell, while the walls are decorated and enhanced by elegant Tetras wall lamps.
Ph. Giulio Favotto
The offices of Construtora Triunfo, an important construction company in Latin America, are located in Curitiba (Brazil). The rooms are sober and cosy, also thanks to the materials and finishes used for the interior design. All lighting fixtures are provided by Fabbian.
The meeting room hanging lamps in white polycarbonate are used to illuminate the meeting room table, while Mega ceiling lamps are used in the entrance hall, waiting room, above the workstations and in the large conference hall. Finally, along the corridors, we find the Bijou wall lamps that create pleasant lighting effects on the walls.
The head offices of Fabbian Illuminazione in Castelminio di Resana (TV, Italy), are constantly decorated with the company’s latest lamp collections. These photos show the beautiful 6-metre wall made with Tile lamps, in which the double row of crystal glass superbly enhances the building entrance. In the corridors, we then find the White recessed spotlights using LED RGB technology, with diffusers in white blown glass.
The meeting room table is illuminated by two Pulse hanging lamps in tempered glass with LED light bulbs.
Arch. Roberto Pamio
Ph. Giulio Favotto
The head offices of the Gazzola law firm are located in the historic city centre of Castelfranco Veneto (Italy). The setting is very elegant and old, with exposed brickwork, decorated beams and special flooring that add a strong character to these spaces that acquire a sense of importance and royalty. Light plays a very important part because it has to enhance all these valuable elements to the full.
The meeting room is dominated by the elegant slab in glass of the Sospesa collection. The reception desk in the entrance is illuminated by Binario hanging lamps while on the wall, we find dual light Cubetto wall lamps, orientable Beluga Crystal and the Sospesa wall lamp. On the ground floor, the exposed brickwork on the wall is enhanced by the suggestive lighting effects produced by the Dono lamp.
Arch. Aldo Valente
The new headquarters of Grafiche Antiga are located in Cornuda. The offices have been modernised and furnished in a modern, well-groomed design, dominated by very vibrant colours and high-class materials.
In the entrance hall, the reception desk is illuminated by three square-shaped Sospesa lamps while the double-height ceilings, all the corridors and the waiting room, have been fitted with numerous ceiling lamps from the Luna collection, with diffusers in white glass. The two meeting rooms are fitted with two rows of Zen recessed spotlights with fluorescent light bulbs, Motion ceiling lamps and one Sospesa lamp with a length of two metres. The workstation desks are illuminated by numerous Binario and Sky hanging lamps.
Arch. Marco Ditadi
Ph. Andrea Pancino