Plass, a pearl shell, an object containing something as precious as the light that illuminates our ideas and doubts.
Medium or large, suspended or table-top, but always magical and elegant. Bright light bursts out from within, playing on the reflections of the surface and refracting through the grooves of the transparent polycarbonate covering. Depending on the size of the room, Plass adapts to larger or smaller rooms and contributes to the embellishment and elegance of the surroundings. The name ''Plass'' represents the union of two terms ''plastic'' and ''glass'', materials that instead of fighting each other, try to find a synthesis in the construction material, apparently a glass shell but in reality a transparent polyurethane sphere.
Playing on effects thus gives birth to Plass, a design object once again promoted by Foscarini and which, by finishing every construction detail to the best of its ability, makes this extremely refined lamp unique and inimitable.