The story behind the light
A post-Impressionist idea
The impasto technique, used by post-Impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh and later adopted by the Expressionists, consists of applying the paint in thick dabs to make visible the artist’s paint strokes. And that’s exactly what inspired Impasto’s expressive style.
Flexibility of use
Impasto works both as an expressive design element and a partition screen offering a sense of privacy. The screen can either be fixed floor-ceiling or can be self-standing, depending on its intended function and interior setup.
Create your own shape and look
The desired configuration can be constructed using six types of glass components which vary in shape, height, width and method of fastening (pipe or wire).
Playful color schemes
Impasto exists in ten color options that can be arranged in virtually endless combinations. The color palette includes smoke, gray, dodger blue, violet, purple and an array of striking warm colors: amber, orange, raspberry, burgundy and nude. The colored glass can be paired with either polished or brushed stainless steel, champagne, gold and bronze metal detailing.