A new exhibition layout for Euroluce 2023, the biennial within the Salone del Mobile dedicated to lighting, with four darkened pavilions.
On this occasion we presented several novelties, straddling the technical and the decorative, according to a more global approach, under the banner of freedom of composition and customization, but always respecting our design philosophy.
Light becomes a design tool with Multidot, the configurable pendant lamp designed by Brian Sironi, which proposes a modern interpretation of the candelabra, bringing it up to date in terms of expression and technology.
The suspension proposal is enriched with Infinita, by Marta Sansoni. Infinita is synonymous with freedom; it can be used alone or in a set of suspensions, even of different lengths, and composed of freely assembled borosilicate glass elements. Dia, too, in its double suspended version with and without a glass tubular body, offers design freedom, bringing a touch of lightness and agility with a strong scenic presence.
We also presented Celeste Project, born from a workshop in which five designers selected by Studio Natural participated, to contribute to the development of projects that put sustainability at the heart of the creative process, set as an element of drive and research for their own development.
There were other novelties, discover them in the News Euroluce 2023 brochure.
Our lamps also participated in the installations of State...light, Costellazioni and Casapitti.