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Milan Design Week 2015 is around the corner…Today, Milan Design Agenda will have a quick visit into Euroluce 2015! Two years ago, at Euroluce 2013, a debuting year for Milan Design Agenda in trade shows and took place for its first time at home, in Milan! Missing those days, we will take the most of this journey…
In this Milan Design Week 2015, AXO LIGHT will introduce its new Melting Pot which is a collection of pendant lamps and sconces made by assembling lampshades shapes and decorations: a resemblance with “Tower of Babel” whose diversity of colors and shapes is a source of harmony.
The result is a striking architectural construction, the successful merger of characters and seemingly dissonant styles that express the talent and the thought of the designer who wanted to create a light source simultaneously sharing and coexistence.
Pattern light or dark outside, white interior or gold are the shades available in present combinations of light or dark fantasies, the first with white interior and the second with a gold interior. The decorative patterns ranging between external proposals gently optical designs, lines, squares and elegant designs of flowers, all the same in both versions clear that in that dark.
Suspensions available in three dimensions
The assembly of the group of lampshades occurs through resilient clips. The structure of the lampshades is iron rod coated with self-extinguishing PVC coupled with printed fabric. The finish PVC gold interior of dark version is opaque, while the clear PVC version lets in light.
Is Axo Light a lighting brand that you’ll see at Euroluce 2015?
Might you wanna see AxoLight last exhibition at Euroluce 2013:
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