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Catellani & Smith

Eye for every detail and a focus on quality

Discover the captivating designs of Italian lighting brand Catellani & Smith. Since 1989, they've established a strong reputation in the industry by combining traditional techniques with modern materials. The result? Breathtaking lighting fixtures that transform spaces and draw attention. Inspired by magical sunlight and moonlight, their designs have a golden touch. With an eye for detail and a focus on quality, Catellani & Smith offers a lighting experience that is both timeless and contemporary.

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From art to technology

Catellani & Smith saw the light in 1989 following a meeting that had taken place four years earlier. Carlo Catellani and Logan Smith had decided to join forces and start up a company specialised in the design of decorative lamps and other objects.

The brand also started out as a sort of art studio. Today, Catellani & Smith is one the pre-eminent brands in the lighting sector. They use the most advanced lighting technology in their designs.

Eye for detail

The Catellani & Smith designs are well thought out and finished in great detail. One element that regularly occurs in their designs is a golden lining on the inside of the lampshade. Excellent examples are the Stchu-Moon and the PostKrisi.

A unique high point for the company was when the Fil de Fer was chosen as an example of outstanding Italian design. The lamp was rewarded with a place in the Italian pavilion during the World Expo 2010, which took place in Shanghai.

A meticulous production process

A Catellani & Smith lamp is made using a meticulous production process. The final result is a combination of the designer's vision and the craftsmanship of the manufacturer.

Each lamp looks like a work of art and reflects how it all started with Catellani & Smith: two free-thinking spirits who make hand-made lamps in a pre-industrial manner. In essence, not much has changed.

I like to play down my creations. At the end of the day they are simply lamps. But I put all of myself into them, all my research, attention, expression.

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