An article published in one of the most important magazines in the stone industry, Marmomacchine Magazine, illustrates the works of the designer Raffaello Galiotto and, among these, also Rezzonico, the lamp made in collaboration with Generelli SA.
Raffaello Galiotto is probably one of the most important designers, not just Italian but internationally. With his approach, which combines artistic training with a precocious interest in industrial design, he has always striven to valorize the specificity of every material. Always a great admirer of natural stones, with his designs he has known how to not only enhance their peculiarities but also to show an international audience the potential of the increasingly advanced production processes that are able to modify a shape until it achieves a perfection, a harmony and sometimes even a lightness not even imaginable in the past.
The “Rezzonico” lamp, made in collaboration with Generelli SA, is produced using a natural veined marble slab measuring just 70x70x5 cm. The lamp is processed with the five-axis waterjet technology of the Primus brought to new levels, considerably limiting the waste. The case history dedicated to the collaboration between Galiotto, Generelli and Intermac is available here.
Read the article "When study and art co-penetrate" on Marmomacchine Magazine.