designs and creates lamps directly in its workshop, starting with the workings of glass and crystal glass.
These lamps represent an intriguing combination between tradition and modernity, the past and the future able to perfectly coexist. From classical to modern, the company’s three production lines, named Emme Pi Light, Masiero and Ottocento, over the years, have been evolved by using new materials, such as round wood, methacrylate or ceramics from Bassano. These materials have allowed it to introduce innovative aesthetic codes with more evolved and modern shapes, while also having a simplicity of language able to maintain a strong link with the roots and identity of the company.
The frames come in iron, brass and steel while silk organza, shantung Le Bock, pongé or polyester are used for lampshades. Asfour, Bohemia and glittering Swarovski crystals are used for the lamp pendants. The result is a product that is a precious decorative object and transmits a sensation of elegance and exclusivity; it makes one understand the great experience of Masiero craftsmen in the working of materials and the innovation of a design that gives a uniqueness to each item.
"Tailor-made light" is the concept that perfectly expresses Masiero's philosophy.