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Mayfair Elements Collection

Elements Collection

The Mayfair hanging lamp is a truncated inverted cone made up of eight elements covered with goat parchment and burnished brass.

Eight LED strips illuminate the luminous body, while a spotlight hidden at the bottom lights directly the ground projection of the lamp. The design of this lamp, with the unusual succession of bright and opaque parts organized in an "ordered" geometry, aims at reinterpreting the idea of ​​"historic chandelier" in a contemporary way.

The Mayfair hanging lamp is a truncated inverted cone made up of eight elements covered with goat parchment and burnished brass.

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Eight LED strips illuminate the luminous body, while a spotlight hidden at the bottom lights directly the ground projection of the lamp. The design of this lamp, with the unusual succession of bright and opaque parts organized in an "ordered" geometry, aims at reinterpreting the idea of ​​"historic chandelier" in a contemporary way.

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Mauro Fabbro

Mauro Fabbro was born in Bollate, just outside Milan, in 1973, and since during his training at the Art Institute of Monza, he developed a passion for design, architecture and the visual arts. He graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano.

In 2000 Mauro Fabbro began his university and professional collaboration with Letizia Caruzzo for "Interior Design Lab" class, teaching at the Politecnico di Milano.
The “Caruzzo Fabbro Architects Studio” deals with design, interiors and urban planning both in Italy and abroad, working in reality such as London, Gstaad, Paris and Mykonos.

In 2016 he started working with Laurameroni.

Mauro Fabbro

Mauro Fabbro was born in Bollate, just outside Milan, in 1973, and since during his training at the Art Institute of Monza, he developed a passion for design, architecture and the visual arts. He graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano.

In 2000 Mauro Fabbro began his university and professional collaboration with Letizia Caruzzo for "Interior Design Lab" class, teaching at the Politecnico di Milano.
The “Caruzzo Fabbro Architects Studio” deals with design, interiors and urban planning both in Italy and abroad, working in reality such as London, Gstaad, Paris and Mykonos.

In 2016 he started working with Laurameroni.