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Over the past weeks, Milan Design Agenda has been publish a few articles about what come from a month, at iSaloni and Milan Design Week 2014. But beyond isaloni, Milan Design Week will also feature other attractions within the main pavilion. We speak of Euroluce.
Increasingly an integral part of any interior decoration, year after year, lighting at this Euroluce edition will purpose innovation added and mixed with touches of irreverence and fun lines. It is one of most awaited trade shows inside Milan Design Week 2014. Spread over various types such as suspension / ceiling, floor, table and wall, all brands present in Euroluce seek the appointment of brightening trend.
This year will be no different, and that’s why Milan Design Agenda believes that one of the following brands of lighting will leave with this prize of a new collection of lamps. Without further ado, here it is, 10 Hot Lighting Trends to see at Euroluce.
Axo Light (see Karim Rashid video at Euroluce 2013)
Barovier and Toso
Slamp (see Luca Mazza and Roberto Ziliani video at Euroluce 2013)
Artemide (see Jean Nouvel, Ross Lovegrove and Carlotta de Bevilacqua video at Euroluce 2013)
Foscarini (see Luca Nichetto video at Euroluce 2013)
Delightfull (see Delightfull 2013 euroluce exhibition video)
If you think you saw everything in what concerns lighting, you’re absolutely wrong: Charles suspension came to show that are no design boundaries for lighting design.
Flos (see Michael Anastassiades video at Euroluce 2013)