Giorgia Paganini has a passion for the study of light that has guided her training and professional career. Born in Padua, with a degree in architecture from the IUAV in Venice, she has worked with large architectural firms and companies operating in the domestic lighting industry.

In 2011 she founded Prodottadagiò, a company that designs,manufactures and markets lighting equipment characterized by design that seeks minimal geometric perfection, at harmony of form and a lightness, with particular attention to detail and technique.
These elements, essential for an object as simple and neat as can arouse a feeling vibrant and joyful, are distintive feature of her style.

Spigolo is wall lamp for indoor with diffuse lighting, is made up of two diffusers, one irregular polyhedron of colored trasparent glasses and one internal pyramid of etched glasses, containing LED warm light.The craftmanship is with Tiffany technique.  A bar of pure tin is melted, falling tin stabilizes at the points of juncture of glasses where had been stretched a strip of copper and cools, all thanks to the skillful hand of a Venetian glass master, which in addition fulfills cutting of the glass and the last finishes. The soldering becomes structural rib of lamp and at the same time it’s a incisive graphic sign that marks the edge of glasses.

Of the same line is also available the ceiling lamp, having the same size, with the difference that the transparent glass is placed frontally to direct  the light emission better.

A continuous succession of discs in transparent plexiglass , perpendicular to each other, distributed in an endless interwoven game, supported by the force of four steel inox cables.

Strength, lightness, transparency   are the characteristics that describe well Discola ,  the floor lamp for indoor;  a column that is an architecture of light,  from a geometry of  perfect forms and intersections.

Lastly, the base, a chromed metal disc adds charm and seduction to the luminous composition, it multiplies the effects of light and discs, extending ideally verticality.

Also available in  a medium and small  table version , which differ in the development in height.