15 Striking lighting designs from Euroluce during Milan Design Week 2015
April 20, 2015 - table lamp
Alberto Saggia Valerio Sommella – Kushi Table and Kushi Suspension (2015)
Kushi lamps—available as a list flare or a cessation lamp—are opal diffusers done of dual layers of mouth-blown glass. Kushi’s evocative shape, well-spoken curves and lead petiole are revealing of an apple.
Arturo Alvarez – Blum Floor Lamp (2015)
The sign of this plan is “not all is what it seems.” Surprisingly, this light diffuser, that appears warm, soft, and cozy, is indeed done from unbending and cold steel.
Arturo Alvarez – Icarus Wall Lamp (2014)
Arturo Alvarez defines his work as romantic light. Icarus wall flare is a good instance of his pattern philosophy. This solar front is done of gigantic interior separate movements for an eye-catching effect. The flare casts a absolute and uniform light that expands in all directions to irradiate a space.
David Abad – Keshi
Keshi is a set of superb list lamps done with marble bases and handle lead tops.
Harry Thaler for Davide Groppi – Edison’s Nightmare 2014
Edison’s Nightmare is a classical tuber nailed to a wall. This work of art symbolizes a change and expansion in a universe of lighting pattern and lighting technology.
Andrea Bastianello for Disegnoluce – Stones
Are these complicated and large stones indeed floating in a air? That’s a apparition achieved by Andrea Bastianello, who done these synthetic stones out of fiberglass.
Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini – Supernova (2000)
Designed by Italian designer Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini, a Supernova match flare provides a 360-degree operation of ambient illumination. The tie consists of 14 round aluminum or steel disks that form a louvered sphere.