dixpari is for you, the person who seeks the brightness of design, conceived as works of art that are unique and exclusive.
dixpari creates design lamps from the scraps of industrial plastic materials to furnish interiors.
dixpari is metadesign. It originates out of creativity, entrepreneurial vision and a circular economy to design a project for those who are sensitive to eco-sustainability, innovation and quality.
dixpari is pop-art and renaissance, metamorphosis and beauty. It was born in the hands of artisans, experts in processing plastic, creating unique objects designed for exclusive surroundings.
Macramè, This line is brightness that starts from the Far East, passing through the Mediterranean with an international look.
Macramè is design and light, a fascinating and delicate play of shades and transparencies, in an eco-sustainable lamp born from renewed plastic materials. The result is an LED lamp with iron structure, an eco-friendly design, capable of giving a light that surrounds rather than dazzles.
Alone as a circle of light. Indefinite brightness. Elusive
Alone is not just a designer lamp. Alone tells a story. This design and decorative object comes from a vision at the end of a working day, when Antonella Pugno moves through the SPA plant and comes across a circular section of plastic material, fallen from an injection molding press.
Miage is a set of vibrant colors and shades enclosed in a single, illuminated, iron frame.
Miage allows you to design and “turn on" the walls of your spaces, to give uniqueness to the environment. The emphasis shifts to the customization of the outline that encloses the environment which is to be furnished, and becomes the focus, adding emotion in the process.
"dixpari is a design project of the latest generation,
answering to a culture that is ever more attentive to the environment
and dedicated to creating aesthetic and functional products at the same time."
"dixpari lamps are exclusive pieces.
They give charm to the rooms that house them,
with a unique and unrepeatable light source."