Introducing Oro & Stacked
Step into a world where luxury and artistry intertwine, where light dances with golden hues, and every detail is meticulously crafted by artisan hands. Articolo Studios proudly presents Oro, a captivating addition to our lighting collections.
Gold foil flakes grace the interior of each ball resulting in a composition that is truly one-of-a-kind. No two Oro creations are alike, ensuring that each possesses a distinctive allure that is uniquely yours.
Radiating a golden glow that emanates from the heart of Oro each piece is a true work of art, as unique as the individual who appreciates it.
Creating Oro’s captivating beauty was a relentless dedication to design and engineering. The result is a manifestation of sophistication in its purest form—a testament to the seamless blend of artistry and technical mastery.
With Oro, Articolo Studios invites you to embrace a new standard of luxury lighting—a fusion of contemporary design and timeless allure. Illuminate your world with the essence of gold, and let Oro become the centrepiece of your artistic expression.
Offering a range of timeless modern wall sconces that texture and richness to your interior. Whether for a hotel or hospitality space, a bedroom or bathroom, Articolo wall sconces add a refined, sophisticated appearance to any space through the use of layered finishes and a luxurious pairing of materials.
A simple, elongated wall light, offered in two lengths – 400 millimetres and 900 millimetres. Its shield-like form is characterised by a central sharp line or ‘pinch’ that allows light to fall differently on each side of the terracotta, accentuating the natural beauty of the material.
Pinch Wall Sconce
Design / Kate Stokes
A N C H O R ' S collection of refined handmade lighting, hardware and furniture products purposefully show the tactile essence of the clay bodies and glazes developed and utilised in the studio. These methods combine conventional ceramic techniques, digital technologies and unconventional contemporary tools and approaches. The considered surfaces and forms evidence the integration of the enquiry, design and making process.