by Cristina Celestino

Physalis stands out for its characteristic lantern shape; ephemeral and organic. Delicate, pulegoso glass is used to represent the gossamer leaves which cover the fruit. The tiny bubbles captured within the glass sparkle when lit and give an ethereal ambiance. Imperceptible, delicate and shimmering.

W 750 x H 860 x D 250 mm

Blown pulegoso glass flowers, metal structure

FLOWERS | Ruby Pulegoso


Cristina Celestino

Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2009 she founded the brand Attico Design to produce lamps and furnishings based on painstaking research on materials and forms. In 2012 she was selected to take part in the Salone Satellite. Following this important experience, the projects of Attico Design have been shown in many international galleries and showrooms. As a designer and architect, Cristina Celestino creates exclusive projects for private clients and companies. Her work also extends to creative direction for companies, and the design of interiors and displays. The fil rouge of her creations is clear, rigorous use of geometry, in a process of careful manipulation of traditional forms.

Cristina Celestino