Today, Milan Design Agenda wants to share with you an exclusive interview with Pagliani and Michele Rossi, the leaders of Park Associati. When we question ourselves about who is leading the way in Milan’s interior design and architecture industry, there is one name that doesn’t go unnoticed. Founded at the […]
Nahoor had its 10th anniversary coincide with this year’s edition of Maison et Objet which left many of the people who followed the brand wondering what they would show at the event.
In this occasion, the brand took this opportunity to, in their own words, “hand down the memory of the Italian lighting school tradition, in order to build a solid future for us and for our craftsmen”. It’s to note the remarkable progress that Nahoor made when it comes to showing the best of Italian lighting design.
The company was created all the way back in 2009 by William Pianta, and since then it was known for re-interpreting Italian lighting tradition in their own way. Each lighting piece made by Nahoor is presented by the strength of the precious materials it is made of.
The 2019 collections, in the brand’s perspective, are a reflection of their growth path as well as maximum accuracy and a constantly evolving design. The collections go by many names which we’ll be referring to in the following list.
This lamp presents itself as an elegant and slender product. Its lampshade structure is located in a cone-shaped base. As the image above shows, it’s a perfect addition to any living room.
This unique looking chandelier doesn’t need to be turned on to still be the center of attention in the room where it is. The brand defines this product as an example of a “silent mistress of the night” with a round structure from where the light comes out softly.
Those who are fans of minimalistic decoration will surely find what they’re looking for in this lamp. Simple yet effective when placed next to a reading chair, especially if you enjoy reading a book, magazine or newspaper while relaxing at home.
This is yet another example of a lamp with a unique looking design which reminds many people of a sea puffin. The white and golden colors match perfectly in this fine example.
Lucciola is a suspended chandelier which was based on the concept of fireflies illuminating the evening. They tried to pass on that same effect/feeling with the conception of this product, which looks lovely above any dining table.
According to the brand, Gull, as the name indicates, was based on a seagull. This is because this animal “looks like a moving shape, with legs stretched and ready to fly” which is the same case with this lamp.