“Filippo di Ser Brunellesco was small in stature but so great in genius that he may well be described as a gift from heaven bringing new form to architecture...”. Giorgio Vasari, Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, 1550. He was called Pippo. Light and architecture meet. A row of leds runs along a wooden structure reminiscent of the Renaissance, stressing the planes with five barrel vaults rising to the central cupola. The pentagonal framework is unfaced, and its 25 fillets are formed by superimposed steam-warped sheets of oak.
- Height 120 mm
- Diameter 800 mm