In October 2012, Four Seasons opened a new 259-room hotel in Toronto, located in the Yorkville neighborhood, designed by international design firm Yabu Pushelberg. The hotel, which includes an upscale restaurant led by chef Daniel Boulud, is described by The Globe and Mail as “the rebirth of an iconic Canadian brand in its hometown.”
Vistosi’s Giogali collection designed by master Angelo Mangiarotti finds a place in the dining and living room in the ceiling light version. In both impressive installations multiple hooks elegantly distinguish the environment with modern and essential connotations. The installation that illuminates the relaxation area consists of two circumferences of about 50 cm for a total height of one meter.
The second, on the other hand, is much larger in size: a circumference of one meter by two and a half meters in height. Both are settled in a precious ceiling that echoes the rounded shapes of the cascades of pure crystal hooks.