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Milan 2013: Lighting Trend

Perfect circles were the shape of choice for lighting designs at the Salone del Mobile in Milan earlier this month. From wall to table lamps, minimalist geometry was a key trend.

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London-based designers Studio Vit showcased these satellite-shaped floor and wall lamps as part of Salone Satellite. Made in matt ceramic, the spherical Globe lights cast light onto metal reflectors finished with gloss paint.

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Ferréol Babin’s Lunaire lamp for FontanaArte layers a clear sandblasted methacrylate diffuser with a painted aluminum reflector and front disc.

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Part of Studio WM’s new collection, Reflecting in Colour, the circular disc of this new table lamp functions as a reflective screen for the concealed LED light source in the base.

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Netherlands-based designer Rachel Griffin of Earnest Studio created this set of modular tabletop elements called All of a Piece. Produced in marble, granite, and wood, the individual elements are connected by magnets and include a flat tray, a shallow bowl, a candleholder, an end cap, and a semi circle-shaped light that can be inserted inbetween the modules.

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Olga Bielawska’s Sirens design combines LED wall lamps and mirrors mounted on spun copper.

Posted April 25th, 2013 by Editor


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