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  • KARMAN -  Ghebo is a 4 or 6 lamp chandelier made up of flat modules in gilded iron and Murano glass, with rosettes on the joints and bobeches  in Bohemian crystal. The name Ghebo, which means canal  in Venetian dialect, refers to the  luminescent labyrinth of the Lagoon, the birthplace of the designers Luca De Bona and Dario De Meo.
  • ANGLEPOISE - The New Type 75 series is now available in gold, silver  and copper lustre finishes as well as brushed anodised aluminium. The glittering finishes are applied to three lamps in the series: the Mini applique, the updated version of applique 1228, and the Mini table lamp, now with built-in switch in the upper part.
  • ARTEMIDE - Unterlinden lamp by Herzog & De Meuron features two version: suspension and the new table; the latter has been specifically designed for the reading stations of the new Feltrinelli Foundation in Milan.
  • AXO LIGHT - Alysoid (designed by Ryosuke Fukusada) is a series of four pendant lamps with integrated LED, the name of which refers to the geometric concept of the alysoid or catenary arch. Handmade in aluminium, the lamps stand out for the little chains of the diffuser, in shiny black nickel or natural brass; the mount is in anthracite.
  • BAROVIER&TOSO - In the Swing chandelier, the masterful skill in glass processing, the heritage of the historic company, is combined with innovative design. The outstanding features of Swing are the glass elements designed to change position. Like the other collections, Swing can also be made to measure, including for large-scale installations.
  • BOCCI - The soft appearance of the artistic 87 Series  of pendant LED lamps is conferred by the special  processing in which a hot glass matrix is stretched and folded back on itself many times as it cools.  The air trapped between the folds and elongated along the grain of the cycle creates microfilaments that give the article a pearlescent optical quality.
  • CATELLANI & SMITH - More belongs to the first lamp collection for outdoor by  Enzo Catellani and it?s made of industrial glass accurately modeled by hand. The composition of irregular forms - supported by beams green-gold color - seems to appear from the ground like a bright hedge. With a gust of wind it oscillates, becoming the fruit of a tree.
  • BE.EMANUEL GARGANO - Scuro is an LED wall light made of aluminium, the light intensity of which is modulated by hand to determine the degree to which the diffuser is open, just as with window blinds. Scuro transforms the architecture of a room, drawing virtual windows with real light.
  • iDOGI -  The sumptuous 25-lamp Centofontane chandelier is made of handworked transparent Murano glass. It is an artistic creation on a grand scale, supported by a metal structure with a chrome finish. The model measures 250 cm wide and 160 cm high.
  • INGO MAURER - The new version of Ringelpiez, also available in a new pendant version, is embellished with a removable shade in pleated paper, bought separately.  In the pendant, the height of the cable is adjustable; in the standard lamp version, the shaft is 210 cm high. The LED light source is housed in an aluminium ring, available in black or white.
  • KETTAL - From the new collaboration with the Swiss designer Michel Charlot results Mia collection featuring suspension, floor and table lamps. Clean in aesthetics and linear, the pieces are characterized by a large curvilinear lampshade.
  • LEUCOS - The Aella table lamp (designed by Toso & Massari), named after the Amazons of Greek mythology, features a blown crystal glass diffuser that seems to be generated by a turbine. The colours of the base and the size of the diffuser with  its 30 cm diameter are new. Its technology is based on a dimmable LED circuit.
  • LOLLI E MEMMOLI - A horizontal line is formed by a tight mesh of crystal drops that hide the light source, creating an extraordinary play of light. This is U-Line (designed by Ivan Lolli and Memmoli), a skilfully handcrafted pendant that reinterprets the great artistic chandeliers of past tradition. It is available in various lengths and colours.
  • LUCEPLAN - ?A suspension lamp that occupies a large physical area with a minimal volume orientable in space?. This is the design challenge created by Daniel Rybakken with Sol_03, a light solution of great impact, made with a translucent white film or a metallized mirror membrane, stretched inside a circular aluminum profile.
  • NAHOOR - «A refined psychedelic effect resulting from a structural sequence of discs in polished chrome, for a result of perpetual movement of the space and in the space.» With these words William Pianta, designer of the Glamorama collection, explains the project of the new product inspired by the aesthetics of seriality.
  • NEMO - Originally conceived for President George  Pompidou in 1969, the new Elysée range ? belonging to Maison Pierre Paulin ? has become part of the Masters collection. Elysée includes  a standard lamp and a wall light, designed for the dining room, smoking room and library of the French presidential palace.
  • NIMBUS GROUP - A wireless ceiling light, designed in collaboration with Karlsruhe University in Germany, Gravity CL can easily be moved and repositioned thanks to a magnet.  The system allows the lighting of a room be reconfigured to taste.
  • OLUCE -  A thin surface of gently folded metal is placed at the centre to symbolically form a feather. The airy design of Plume, a table and standard lamp, was vaguely inspired by art nouveau. Designed by Christophe Pillet, the lamp consists of a rectangular base and a curved shaft, both in glossy black colour with gold shade. They work with LED technologies.
  • PANZERI - In the 70 years since it was founded, the company has presented various models dedicated both to decoration and architecture. The appearance of the light, among the others presented, is given by the Viisi pendant, designed by Marco Fossati and Giovanni Minelli and made up of elongated elements in pentagonal sections that intersect in unusual geometric patterns.
  • PENTA - MoM Family, which stands  for Metal-Oxide-Mat, is the new collection of suspended lamps designed by Umberto Asnago for Penta. Geometric lampshades made of borosilicate glass, softened around the edges and curves, with an eclectic overlapping of colors and refractions.
  • SMANIA | MONTBLANC - The two famous brands present the dual light source desk lamp, the Overlay (designed by Analogia), which combines the iconic Montblanc fountain pen, Meisterstück Le Grand, with minimalist design. The fountain pen is built into the base of the lamp in a leather housing and, when raised, Overlay turns on; when replaced, the lamp turns off.
  • TOM DIXON - Fifteen white glass spheres on seven rotating planes with a shiny frame in brass, 160 centimetres in length: with Plane, Tom Dixon bestows great scenic impact on what otherwise would only be an impressive chandelier, now perfect for illuminating staircases, entrance halls, atriums and large rooms.  Simplicity and pronounced geometry produce an example of expressive minimalism.
  • VENINI - Rarith is a lamp in artistic Murano glass designed by Ettore Sottsass for the historic company, with which the architect has collaborated since the end of the eighties. The name of the lamp is a reference to an imaginary Indian and formally responds to geometric elements in blown glass of great simplicity, further enhanced by the colour contrast.
  • VG - A riot of pink tulips, Flower Power is a chandelier made exclusively to order and designed both for domestic spaces and contracts, as an ornament and an efficient light source. It is made up of artificial tulips (or on request other types of flowers made in-house by VG) in the midst of which Murano glass lamps with LED lights are inserted.

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5 APR 2017
The Biennials at Salone del Mobile offer an incomparable exhibition of novelties. The lighting sector aims to originals materials' combinations without forgetting the best creative design

This year, along with the Salone del Mobile, the biennial Salons of Euroluce also return, dedicated to lighting, along with Workplace 3.0, dedicated to working environments. The best design proposals for room lighting are on display at Euroluce in 4 pavilions (9,11 and 13,15) covering more 39,000 square metres dedicated to 454 companies. Artistic and technological, the new lamps offer elegant solutions with character, especially with the use of glass and, at the same time, a high degree of visual comfort from the latest LED technologies. On the office furniture front, there is Workplace 3.0 with an exhibition area of 10,000 square metres divided between two pavilions (22-24) and housing 92 exhibitors. In this case, the latest product developments bear the hallmark of flexibility and compositional versatility, which reflects the new ways of experiencing the workplace, deconstructed and open to co-working. Here, a wide review of the best proposals from Euroluce 2017.

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