Prandina- the lighting choice for both sides of the pond

Prandina- the lighting choice for both sides of the pond
09/11/2012

A new wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston has recently opened its doors to the public. The expansion of one of the biggest art establishments in the US state consists of four interconnected buildings including several rooms with a variety of purposes such as an orientation space, a cafe and restaurant and the Living Room, with large windows and a very cozy interior design for the visitor. Prandina was chosen for the lighting of the Dining Room and the Living Room. The Cpl lamps were selected, made of blown glass and designed by Christian Ploderer for Prandina, here shown in the suspension version, in red colour. The same brilliant light fittings occupy a distinct place in our showrooms and constantly receive admiring comments from our customers! Prandina's range of light fittings often feature in our lighting design and installations. To have a look at the floor standing version of those lights check our Flickr page at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/customelectronicdesign/sets/72157625304940353/