Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Recently, Our tips site told you about Salone del Mobile trends. We mentioned that this year, in parallel with the exhibition of furniture and decor items, the Euroluce-2019 biennial of light was held. We are sure that this event deserves a separate article, so we have chosen the most interesting lamps for you.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

A notable event in Euroluce 2019 was the stand of the Czech brand Brokis, which presented four new products. This is the famous Bohemian glass, for which Czech glass blowers have been famous for many decades. The AWA collection from Fumie Shibata became the favorite of the exhibition visitors.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Murano glass is no less famous than Bohemian glass. These are the Golden Clouds lamps by Paolo Castelli. The glass was tinted with gold leaf.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Brutal industrial lighting fixtures made of metal and glass were also widely featured at Euroluce 2019. This two-lamp table lamp sits on the original coffee table by Calligaris. Metal and a leather hanging shelf made the table an excellent “neighbor” for such a lamp..

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Folk ceiling lamp by Ceccotti Collezioni. The light can be directed down or up as desired by the owners. Made from hard American walnut.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

There were a lot of floor lamps, to which the portal devoted the article, at the Milan exhibition of light. Moreover, from classic models for soft armchairs to innovative floor lamps. For example, the Ashaa lamp by Stefana Brig, made of bent wood in the form of slats. They frame a crystal ball with LED strips inside. Some lamps only imitated traditional floor lamps, in fact, they were attached to the wall, as in the photo above..

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Many fixtures have been built into the furniture. For example, this original, spinning Natevo Babele bookcase by Matteo Nunziati.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Not without traditional massive chandeliers over dining tables. Note that this table by Philippe Starck for Kartell is made of polycarbonate.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

This is also a work of Czech masters, the Lasvit brand, the Crystal Rock Raw collection. The inspiration for the designer was the material kryptonite, the lamp looks natural, like a real mineral.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

How about such a leaf-shaped wall lamp from the Belgian architectural lighting brand Delta Light? Minimalism as it is, something more laconic is very difficult to come up with!

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

The Luceplan brand presented the original Trypta lamps at the Milan Biennale of Light. In the center is a lighting column, around which there are three planes of tactile fabric. according to the designers, the lamps give an interesting graphic and acoustic effect.

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

Euroluce-2019: a selection of the most interesting lamps

There was really something to see at Euroluce 2019! From large-scale lighting installations that occupy entire stands to laconic table, floor, wall, built-in lamps from the world’s leading designers.

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