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Moresque by Alessandro Zambelli for Seletti debuted at Maison&Objet Paris

Maison & Objet Paris just closed its doors but over the course of this 20th edition, the heralded fair introduced a series of new products. Among which, Alessandro Zambelli debuted Moresque – a new collection of pendant and table lamps developed for Seletti. This collection captures the Moorish charms...
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Maison & Objet Paris just closed its doors but over the course of this 20th edition, the heralded fair introduced a series of new products. Among which, Alessandro Zambelli debuted Moresque – a new collection of pendant and table lamps developed for Seletti. This collection captures the Moorish charms of the Alhambra – the imposing fortress, at the heart of Andalucia.

This is an example of pendant lamp ( size 19 cm H by 7,6 cm Ø )

The underlining characteristic of this light fittings collection is the existence of clear lines and compact volumes. This collection allows us to delve into this atmosphere. Each piece presents an array of bold colours and more subtle filigree polychrome.

This is an example of table lamps ( size 20 cm H by 10 cm Ø )

In this collection, Alessandro Zambelli achieved a new balance between old world charm and a contemporary feel, while keeping diverse stylistic elements in a happy harmony. This collection provides a refined decoration due to its range of pastel colours.

Moresque - Seletti
via Rocca 50 46019 - Viadana - MN - Italy
Moresque - Seletti
via Rocca 50 46019 - Viadana - MN - Italy
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