''Coroa'' means ''Crown''. This is the name that has chosen for its great chandelier: a ''crown'' that is like a baldachin, like a merry-go-round. A crown that stands for the sacredness, importance and rite of using a chandelier. Yet, a crown that is capable also of desecrating everything, avoiding symmetries, working on perceptive changes, on the surprise effect. Creating the suggestion of a rotating movement. ''Coroa'', a double ring of sheets in mirrored methacrylate or in fire-enamelled plate, compels the user, as it normally happens before a sculpture, to go around it and to try and grasp its secret, sighting from below the magic of the sheets that both cover and reveal it at the same time.
Suspension lamp giving 16 direct and reflected light. Structure in lacquered metal with screening and reflecting elements in double-face mirror PMMA or opaque white.