Spotlight: Marchetti’s Incanto


When it comes to bespoke lighting creations, Marchetti Lighting stand at the top of their field. With a hand-crafted ethos at the core of their very being, the company have developed a DNA structure for all working methods that continues to set them apart from the rest.

Marchetti Lighting is a brand that wears its heart on its sleeve. Depicting a hummingbird in their logo, the company share a number of traits with the winged creature. According to the brand, the hummingbird symbolises “liberty,” “energy,” and “tenacity,.” They continue to state that “regardless of its dimensions it follows its dreams, ideas and things that most would consider impossible.” This is exactly what Marchetti Lighting strive to do, pursuing and feeding on light to create the most brilliant designs you can find.

Also like the hummingbird, Marchetti Lighting are in a constant evolution. They describe it as being “filled with the desire to move, innovate, and think of the future in a way that allows us to use our resources in the best possible way.” This translates as a brand always pushing their capabilities to the max, not simply making the use of the materials and technologies at their disposal, but using them to innovate and make sure their processes and results continue to stand among the most cutting edge on the market.

One of their most striking contemporary designs is that of the Incanto. The mysterious geometry of the fixture’s pentagonal shape is further enriched in its interior of a pyramidal crystal block. Incanto is a feat of artisan creation worked in both ice and smoked crystal, while the steel parts of the frame are finished in polished gold or polished nickel.

Lighting up ideas to let environments shine, Marchetti Lighting strive to move, innovate, and think of the future in a way that allows the company to use its resources in the best possible way. Imagination and passion are the wings that keep Marchetti Lighting flying high.

As their mission statement concludes, “only he who believes in his dreams can really fly.”