What match with Milan Furniture Fair 2015 and Milan Design Week? Contemporary lighting trends is the answer. At Euroluce 2015, Milan Design Agenda witnessed every emotion that was possible to feel and today we will share it with you!
At Euroluce, the biennial lighting show of the Salone del Mobile,Slamp introduced nine new collections in a world premiere, a perfect combination of LED technology and decorative elements.
For 2015 collection, Slamp presents Charlotte and Chantal, two new lamps designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas. ‘The idea springs from the world of illusions, the challenge of transforming a two-dimensional element into multiplying endless volumes‘, Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas say regarding the new collections Chantal and Charlotte.
‘A light reminiscent of waves chasing each other and the transparency of the moment when they thin out, and dematerialise, returning as infinite drops of light.’
Axo Light introduced SIX new collections (three of them designed by Dima Loginoff) at Milan Furniture Fair 2015, illustrating eclecticism! Fedora, Nostalgia and Memoria designed by Dima Loginoff, Melting Pot designed by Sandro Santantonio, Hoops designed by Giovanni Barbato.
*Fedora suspension lighting collection
A collection comprising hanging lamps and a built-in spotlight. The diffuser of the hanging lamps (with one, three, six or twelve lights, or with seven lights in a line) is formed of a part in aluminium available in metallic bronze and rose gold, and another part in transparent glass. The built-in spotlight is formed of one part in transparent glass.
*Nostalgia suspension lighting collection
A retro shape which blends with modern lines, in this way the expertise of blown glass production and the most advanced led technology get together allowing ample and balanced compositions to light up anything from a dinner table to the luxury of a hotel atrium with breathtaking precious finishes.
*Melting pot collection
This collection comprising hanging lamps and a wall lamp. The wall lamp is available in one size with two lights. The lampshades come in various decorative patterns and in either alight version that is white on the inside or in a dark version that is gold on the inside.
Hoops is a collection comprising hanging lamps and ceiling lamps with interchangeable elements in three different shapes and sizes. 24K gold finish. Light source: integrated LED. The hanging lamp can light upward and downward at the same time.
‘There is something peculiarly personal about working by the light of an Anglepoise, as though the light is there for you, and you alone’, writes Charlie Lee-Potter in her delightful treatise on the Anglepoise light in the new edition of biannual travel and style bible, Cereal. Complemented by stunning imagery, created by Cereal stylist Nathalie Schwer and photographer Anders Schonnemann, here was a feature that was asking to be shared – and where better than at Euroluce in Milan?
DelightFULL creations have always embodied a passion for innovation and a true dedication to the revival of local artisan craftsmanship. Once again they brought the very best of contemporary lighting to isaloni 2015 show! The following pictures will be our proof to not miss them at next 2015 trade shows, either in Europe, North America or even at Oceania!
However, the brand felt the need to expand and express their love for retro design,so they step forward to living room furniture, introducing the Essentials Collection! Think back to the retro chic era of the 60’s, during Hollywood’s golden age, when the definition of cool was behind the wheel of an Aston Martin and Bossa Nova notes echoed from the streets of Ipanema.
Now, besides industrial lighting you can add home decor as a reason to search for DelightFull!
Michael Anastassiades presents Captain Flint,Copycat and Notch, three new lamps designed for italian brand Flos. Lighting, mirrors, and tabletop objects reside between industrial design, sculpture and decorative art. Deceptively simple, yet meticulously detailed, they betray his training as a civil engineer and industrial designer.
Shiny surfaces combined with simple geometric shapes like tubes, oblongs and spheres, articulate architectural spaces. He often chooses reflective materials – such as mirrored glass and polished bronze – that appear to dematerialise his objects, to float independently, interacting with the space surrounding them.
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