Così passano i giorni, e talvolta mi chiedo se non si resti ipnotizzati dalla vita, come un bambino da una SFERA d’argento; e se questo sia vivere. È molto intenso, luminoso, eccitante. Ma superficiale forse. Mi piacerebbe prendere quella SFERA tra le mani e sentirla con calma: tonda, liscia, pesante. E tenerla così, un giorno dopo l’altro.
Virginia Woolf, Diari, 1925-1930
The collaboration of the Venetian painter and designer Angelo Brotto with Esperia, a Tuscan company producing high quality decorative lighting accessories, has been long. Since its foundation in 1952, the company has demonstrated a very close link with the territory: the main materials are brass and crystals from Colle Val D’Elsa, a true hallmark of Esperia, treated with the skilful skill of local artisans.
Brotto, who instead graduated in 1941 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, started a prolific collaboration with the company, for which he created some lamps for the home, including the famous Quasar wall lamps.
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