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Barovier&Toso’s Vallonné and Vallonné Opale

A collection of suspension lamps drawing from organic curves found in nature (vallonné means “hilly” in French) designed by Luca Nichetto

Vallonné and Vallonné Opale designed by Luca Nichetto is a collection of suspension lamps drawing from organic curves found in nature (vallonné means “hilly” in French). An optional milky finish (shown) omits a soft light intended for any interior.


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MANUFACTURER: Barovier
PRODUCT CATEGORY: Lighting

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