Throughout his life, Gino Sarfatti has always been fascinated by the sky, especially by the perfect light emanating from the moon. Le Sfere is a testament to this special attraction of his. Conceived from 1959, it is a family of opal glass lamps, the largest designed by the master, which includes a single sphere model up to a composition of twenty-four arranged in a circular manner to form a chandelier. Each blown opal glass sphere is held in place by a painted steel ring that embraces it and helps to define its refined aesthetics. From Model 237, consisting of a single sphere, to Model 2109, that of the iconic chandelier, Le Sfere is a family that has grown over the years also used on interior projects curated by Gino Sarfatti, for example at the Teatro di Regio di Torino designed by the architect Carlo Mollino, where they can still be admired in a variety of compositions. But, above all, it is a multifaceted and open lighting system, suitable for all types of spaces.