Holistic design by Luceplan

Paola Tisi

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6 FEB 2018
A project matrix which knows how to be decorative or architectural, capable of honing acoustic comfort or opening out towards IoT, based on requirements: once more the latest proposals by Luceplan masterfully combine technology, aesthetics and functionality

Northern Europe is confirmed as a strategic market for Luceplan, which has selected Stockholm for a series of presentations, including a world premier:  Lita by David Dolcini: a family of elegantly simple lamps in a variety of solutions featuring a blown opaline glass diffuser masterfully combined with a white-painted wooden or aluminium structure, making Lita a highly material product.

Costanza by Paolo Rizzato is another decorative proposal, available in a new brass colour finishing, developed for the floor, table and Costanzina versions by means of an electrolytic process. There are also creations by Daniel Rybakken: Amisol, Counterbalance, Ascent, Stochastic and the Compendium family, fine examples of technological research and scenographic nature.

Lastly, Francisco Gomez Paz hones the process for the integration of light within an architectural context with Ivy, a wall lamp whose slightly bent copper sheets acquire volume and three-dimensionality. 

Diade by Monica Armani returns once more as one of many "Intelligent light" proposals oriented towards acoustic comfort, in an original version fitted with anti-glare optics. Silence, by the same designer, features a lampshade with impressive sound absorption qualities.

There is also focus on the Luceplan project for the internet of Things, with the development of intelligent objects which collect information useful for improving the life of residents and their interiors. Mesh wifi by Paz is one example. It applies wireless technology to lamps, for enhanced freedom and flexibility thanks to numerous LED sources.