The Cirio Chandelier pools a large body of light onto a focal axis that stands out hugely from its surrounding area.
Its dense array of concentric rings, from which twenty, thirty and even forty light sources may be hung thanks to the enlargeable diameter of the structure, gives off a warm, powerful light with a major visual impact. Its design easily accommodates changing the shade to create different ambiences and arrangements from Sargadelos porcelain (lighting up with the warmth of an altar candle) to translucent opal glass or the opaque grace of brass.
Antoni Arola is one of today's top Spanish designers. He is known for a degree of versatility that has allowed him to create a range of brilliant designs, from a perfume bottle to a lamp to the interior design of key contemporary spaces. Winner of the 2003 National Design Award.