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Preciosa sure had a very special surprise prepared for this year’s Salone del Mobile 2019. Today we’re having a look at what was considered one of the most impactful stands at Euroluce 2019, as well as what Preciosa had in store when it came to the collections they showed in Milan.
For the 2019 edition of Euroluce, Preciosa curated a selection from their contemporary Collections line and also decided to include some new dynamic and interactive lighting designs which express their vision to connect people through light.
Preciosa Lighting featured both chandeliers and solitaires in their showcased sets. When it came to novelties they added a new element to the Siren solitare family. It’s the Siren table lamp which consists of colourful and quirky light, perfectly fitting to any contemporary living rooms, by the bedside, or even to be placed at the entryway.
There were also the chandeliers Eugene and Rudolf as well as the solitaries, Flare, Siren, Gemma and Geometric. These products are all resulting from the cooperations with the designers Daniel Szollosi, Davide Algranti, Dima Loginoff and Ekaterina Elizarova.
Carousel of Light, as well as Breath of Light, is probably what people who passed by Preciosa’s stand remember the most. This installation was composed of nearly 8000 spheres made in opal, amber frosted,
clear and pink frosted hues stretching eight metres in diameter. The spheres were all hung in groups of four, which made a total of almost 2000 suspensions. The lights lead the way of the guests throughout the space, lighting a beautiful crystal path as they walked through space.
This installation was made from a series of opal crystal bubbles that dissolves into crystal frosted, crystal clear and bubbled crystal spheres. Like Carousel of Light, these bubbles created a sort of path of lights for the guests to follow while blowing into four special sensors which were hanging at the corners of the exhibition.
Lastly, there was Pearl Drop which could be best defined as a statement lighting piece, as well as a reference to pearls. In this showcase glass and metal were the only two materials used and because of this, which constructed the design of this showcase into a variety of shapes.