Station 99 is a unique space placed in between Wazammes and Vauban neighborhnood. A former chapel within a convent that has become a place of expression, gathering, and collaboration in an atypical and serene environment. The space, from 1635 until 2013, was a chapel of the Carmelite convent, now rehabilitated into a coworking space, a venue for private events, and meetings.
Within this historic space stands out the opulence of Lorenza Bozzoli's Lollona 5.
With a diameter of 130 cm, it is handcrafted with 132 lightweight and unbreakable technopolymer cylinders, making it a perfect choice for lamps in public spaces. Sold pre-assembled, it is ready to be installed.