The Vistosi Medea lamp designed by Oriano Favaretto

The lamp collection Vistosi Medea is characterized by geometric and simple shapes. The LED source simultaneously illuminates the surface and the glass, bringing part of the softly colored light to the ceiling. Mounted in clusters or individually, they show a strong stylistic character and almost become sculptures.

Oriano Favaretto was born in 1956 in Silea (Treviso).

In 1982 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts.

During his five years at the Academy, he met and exchanged ideas with Emilio Vedova, an esteemed teacher of gestures and signs. These conversations were to have a lasting impact on his life as a designer.
In the following years he had the opportunity to meet Ennio Chiggio, who became first his apprentice and then his collaborator.
Oriano Favaretto is an independent designer, an all-round artist, always looking for new forms and strong content. A visionary, constantly searching for the ideal balance between function and form of the object.
Over time, he has developed important collaborations in the fields of lighting, bathroom and furniture, creating successful products. There are many leading companies in the field of industrial design with which he collaborates: Bross, Artemide, Itre, De Majo, Selène, Venini, Linea Light, Viabizzuno, Icosmic Bagni, Regia, Evaluz, Moretti Andrea and Vistosi.
Today he is also art director for Mastella Bagni.

In his studio, founded a few years ago, he collaborates with internal collaborators and freelancers to give new creative impetus to his ideas and research projects, also in the photographic and graphic field.