The Modulor collection is one of the latest additions to the Vistosi range: wall or ceiling lamps that create ever-changing compositions. For the architects Pio and Tito Toso, who designed the collection, Modulor was a real challenge: to offer the market a modular solution in blown glass to furnish and illuminate even large spaces, but at the same time to design a particular geometric shape that can also be used individually.

Modulor, in fact, is a hexagon that can be fixed to the wall, left suspended or mounted together with other elements, creating different compositions. Several hexagons can be grouped together, like tortoise shells coming together to create an almost flat volume of light. Alternatively, the different elements can be connected via a triangular profile, reminiscent of a branch with berries.

The integrated LED guarantees diffuse, uniform and glare-free lighting.

The true peculiarity of Modulor is the reduced thickness of the glass: a result achieved thanks to the work and dedication of the master glassblowers of Vetreria Vistosi, who sought the right alchemy to blow inside the lamp and determine such a reduced depth. A detail that gives Modulor a modern character and that also makes the collection perfect for classic environments, thanks to its extreme linearity.