April 8, 2019

Preview the Latest Lighting at Salone del Mobile and Euroluce 2019

As the international design world gears up for Milan Design Week, taking place April 9-14, 2019, here are some of the lighting must-sees that promise to illuminate the exhibition halls at Salone del MobileEuroluce, and beyond. Preview them below.


La Linea by BIG for Artemide. Hall 13, Booth C09-D18 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of Artemide.

La Linea by BIG for Artemide embodies innovation in every sense of the word. The flexible tube of light is suitable for indoor and outdoor use with the potential to either blend into architectural features or become its own three-dimensional lit sculpture. 


Wireline by Formafontasma for FLOS. Hall 24, Stand C01, C21, E02, E20 at Salone del Mobile. Photography courtesy of FLOS.

Formafontasma turns the power cable from a functional necessity into a main design feature with the Wireline for FLOS. A single Wireline fixture can be installed as an homage to minimalism or multiple can be installed together as a sculptural ode to modernism.

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Gabriel Scott

Luna by Gabriel Scott. Pavilion 13, Booth F-06 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of Gabriel Scott. 

The inspiration for Luna by Gabriel Scott was the moon’s lunar halo. The highly-customizable fixtures in the Luna series can be assembled to stem vertically or horizontally.


Scandal sconce by Articolo. Pavilion 9 Booth D-09 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of Articolo.

A new collection from Articolo, Scandal includes pendants and wall sconces characterized by a barrel-like cuff. The cuff is inlaid with antique brass mesh or leather and is elegantly finished with rounded glass, concealing the light source.


Ilo by David Lopez Quincoces for Oluce. Hall 9, Stands B-11 through B-15 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of Oluce.

The Ilo pendant lamp by David Lopez Quincoces for Oluce is an exercise in minimalism and subtlety. Clean shapes and architectural references define its thoughtful design, allowing it to complement a variety of surroundings and sensibilities.


ARTÉS by CTO. Pavilion 9, Stand D-07 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of CTO.

Another fixture that can hang alone or be clustered for a more impactful effect is ARTÉS by CTO. Primary finishes of bronze, brass, and alabaster create a stunning visual.


Asana floor lamp by OIKo Design Office for Estiluz. Hall 11, Stand E-29 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of Estiluz.

In name and in form, the Asana floor lamp by OIKo Design Office for Estiluz is inspired by yoga. Multifunctional arms can be folded into a variety of configurations to suit different purposes and surroundings.

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Manto by Davide Besozzi for Axolight. Hall 9, Stand A-01 through A-05 at Euroluce. Photography courtesy of Axolight.

One of six new collections from Axolight, Manto contains an LED light source diffused through white glass. White stretch fabric creates a discreet, elegant effect.  

Louis Poulsen

Patera Silver by Øivind Slaato for Louis Poulsen. Hall 24, C-01 through E-20 at Salone del Mobile. Photography courtesy of Louis Poulsen.

A new silver finish on the Patera pendant heightens the modern chandelier effect of Øivind Slaato’s mesmerizing fixture for Louis Poulsen. With a structure based on the Fibonacci sequence, it makes a dazzling impression in both modern and traditional settings. 

Hagit Pincovici

Cone lamp by Hagit Pincovici. Lorenzelli Gallery. Photography courtesy of Hagit Pincovici.

Hagit Pincovici‘s Desert collection was inspired by nature and the grandeur of landscape. The Cone lamp evokes wonder and solemnity in its deliberate design.

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