Catellani & Smith

Established in 1989, Catellani & Smith reflects the artistic personality of its founder, Enzo Catellani, carrying out, for almost thirty years, work that is in continuous evolution, halfway between art and craft. Enzo Catellani’s lighting creations are objects with a soul, which reveal the importance and unique qualities of a product made ‘by hand’.

The distinctive and personal approach to design, together with advanced research in the field of technology, make Catellani & Smith a leading company in the lighting sector.

Catellani & Smith is also involved in producing special pieces for private and public spaces such as museums, art galleries, shows and events, churches and theatres.

Light Machine

Car of Light emerges from the Luci d'Oro collection and it too is born as a reflection on the color of light: the golden light of the sun, of fire; warm lights where the concept of refraction begins to take shape in the mind of Enzo Catellani and which he will later carry with him and his creations often.

Lederam W2

Lederam represents the rigor of the gesture made to draw a line: the small discs with a warm and soft color enclose an LED module with a very flat shape that allows you to think lightly and then create thin lamps with suspended shapes with curved and sinuous lines.

Bonsai

The Turciù series, the first lamp designed by Enzo Catellani, takes its name from the gesture of being able to twist and shape the flexible arms of these lamps at will, first of all enhancing the possibility of interaction with the object-subject lamp.

Syphaduepassi

Enzo Catellani has created for Catellani & Smith his first collection of outdoor lamps, in response to the trend that over the years has seen the living space extend outwards, with terraces and gardens. Creating a collection of 'indoor lamps, transported outside' was the main objective of Enzo Catellani: lighting fixtures designed for the outdoors but capable of reproducing the same warmth and the same atmosphere as indoor lighting. The great protagonist of this collection is glass. This is how Syphasera, Syphasfera (in collaboration with the Architect Maurizio Quargnale) and Syphaduepassi are born, simple shapes that blend with the natural environment, as if they were an integral part and not an artificial element.

28 Petits Bijoux

Petits Bijoux is the representation of a 'static movement', the effect of an action that seems to imitate the gesture of throwing a stone into a body of water, forming concentric waves that propagate in space. The concept of sphere, the circle as a metaphor for infinity and perfection, are dear and recurrent themes in the thirty-year production of Catellani & Smith, and that return here, in this new collection of pendant lamps so simple in their shape as extraordinary in their execution.

Full Moon

Luci d'Oro was born as a reflection on the color of light: the golden light of the sun, of fire; warm lights where the concept of refraction begins to take shape in the mind of Enzo Catellani and which he will later carry with him and his creations often.

Lederam C180

Lederam represents the rigor of the gesture made to draw a line: the small discs with a warm and soft color enclose an LED module with a very flat shape that allows you to think lightly and then create thin lamps with suspended shapes with curved and sinuous lines.

Wa Wa Wall Lamp

Lederam Manta S1

Lederam represents the rigor of the gesture made to draw a line: the small discs with a warm and soft color enclose an LED module with a very flat shape that allows you to think lightly and then create thin lamps with suspended shapes with curved and sinuous lines.

PostKrisi

With PostKrisi Enzo Catellani starts working and shaping fiberglass. This material fascinates him for its incredible versatility and its resistance but above all for the play of shadows that it creates once put in contact with light.

Shadow

Shadow is a metal rag suspended in the void illuminated by an LED. All around the shadow of the rag, darkness. Simply.

Lederam Wall Lamp

Lederam represents the rigor of the gesture made to draw a line: the small discs with a warm and soft color enclose an LED module with a very flat shape that allows you to think lightly and then create thin lamps with suspended shapes with curved and sinuous lines.

Sorry Giotto

“I wanted to give life to one of the most simple and essential forms: the circle. I tried trying to be non-invasive and when I turned it on ... his name came to me spontaneously: Sorry Giotto ”.

More O

Enzo Catellani has created for Catellani & Smith his first collection of outdoor lamps, in response to the trend that over the years has seen the living space extend outwards, with terraces and gardens. Creating a collection of 'indoor lamps, transported outside' was the main objective of Enzo Catellani: lighting fixtures designed for the outdoors but capable of reproducing the same warmth and the same atmosphere as indoor lighting. The great protagonist of this collection is the artisan type glass which, before its complete cooling, is carefully modeled by hand.

PostKrisi Table Lamp 10 Malagolina

With PostKrisi Enzo Catellani starts working and shaping fiberglass. This material fascinates him for its incredible versatility and its resistance but above all for the play of shadows that it creates once put in contact with light.

Sweet Light

Fil de Fer is a lamp in molded and woven aluminum wire illuminated inside by tiny light bulbs. Designed and created by Enzo Catellani, it is his most cherished creation. It was born almost twenty years ago for a commission, but it does not meet the expectations and therefore is not used for that project. He therefore hangs in his laboratory but every time he is seen on, he always manages to enchant. It has something special and magical. Enzo Catellani then decides to continue working on it to improve it. It will then be put on the market, becoming the most representative icon of Catellani & Smith.

Syphasera

Enzo Catellani has created for Catellani & Smith his first collection of outdoor lamps, in response to the trend that over the years has seen the living space extend outwards, with terraces and gardens. Creating a collection of 'indoor lamps, transported outside' was the main objective of Enzo Catellani: lighting fixtures designed for the outdoors but capable of reproducing the same warmth and the same atmosphere as indoor lighting. The great protagonist of this collection is glass. This is how Syphasera, Syphasfera (in collaboration with the Architect Maurizio Quargnale) and Syphaduepassi are born, simple shapes that blend with the natural environment, as if they were an integral part and not an artificial element.

Wa Wa Floor Lamp

“I was at the fair in Frankfurt and for the first time presented the collection born from the use of LED circuits. At one point I saw a Japanese lady point to one of my lamps and keep repeating "wa wa". I went up to her and asked her why, she explained to me that for them "wa" means "perfect". I thanked her excitedly, I looked at the lamp to which I had not yet managed to give a name and so I decided to call it that. There Wa Wa was born ".

Gold Moon Chandelier