We had a request for a spectacular and gigantic chandelier that would highlight the company’s corporate identity. It had to be placed in the spindle of a staircase at the company’s headquarters. The design was customized based on the client’s preferences and consisted of a number of architectural elements, which – individually and collectively – represented the company’s uniqueness.

Manooi team is always excited to embark on bespoke projects, such as the featherlight creation for the Hotel Zara in Budapest. The exquisite composition from streams of crystal light filled the stairwell space with soft and rich light. Transparent crystal adornment is a perfect way to bring out the best out of light in its essence.

Manooi is proud to be featured in the Wolf Bracka Luxury Plaza in Warsaw. The architectural jewel of the city’s downtown, this luxury department store offers the very best of the world of fashion, and ensures the highest possible standard of services. In line with the high-end interior design requirements, Manooi crystal chandeliers were chosen as a decorative lighting solution for several zones of the store. Fjord composition is at the top-floor luxury restaurant contributing a chic feeling to the minimalist design.

The 52nd edition of the Saloni closed on an extremely positive high, with the over 2,500 Italian and foreign exhibitorsat the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition, SaloneSatellite and the biennial Euroluce / International Lighting Exhibition and SaloneUfficio in the global spotlight from 9th to 14th April.

The figures: 324,093 visitors overall. 285,698 of them from within the sector, with 160 different countries accounting for 68% of total presences, making the Salone not just international but global.

“Interiors of tomorrow” provided the leitmotif for this edition of the Saloni, with French architect Jean Nouvel’s installation “Project: office for living” at Salone Ufficio, showcasing five unique and singular work scenarios illustrating the fact that a working environment has to be able to transmit creativity, inspiration and enjoyment.

Our Atoll crystal chandelier is hanging above the dining table of private residence in Budapest, Hungary.