In September 2013, we were asked to produce brass lanterns to light a villa on the coast of the Baltic Sea, near St. Petersburg in Russia. The lanterns had to withstand the extreme temperature changes and the frigid winters and, above all, be resistant to persistent corrosion from salt water.
Our lighting manufacturing process meets all these requirements: in fact, the antiqued, copper-coated brass can endure salt corrosion and can stand the frost.
The project involved the external lighting of this seaside villa. Art. 1872.T.AR was installed on both walls and under the colonnades, while art. 153.AR, a brass bell in typical maritime style, was added next to the main entrance.