Waterly and elusive, soft and impalpable, the two Brilli chandeliers by Jacopo Foggini are composed of many strips of methacrylate that give rise to volumes that resemble large precious stones.

The forms link back to typical Italian examples of the 1940s and 1950s, crossing oriental citations, classic Venetian chandeliers and references to Bolidismo. The colors are shaded from caramel gold to smoked topaz, bronze to flashes of steel and silver.