Posts tagged as 'Philippe Nigro'

‘Nuage’ lamp by Philippe Nigro for Foscarini

Five asymmetrical modules overlap creating a unique moiré effect in Philippe Nigro‘s Op art-inspired ‘Nuage’ lamp. Produced by the lighting specialists Foscarini, the modular lamp is made of polycarbonate and can be arranged and grouped in multiple combinations or used individually. ‘Nuage’ was unveiled at Foscarini’s Superstudio Piu exhibition in Milan during iSaloni 2012 fair. (more…)

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‘Lancelot’ by Philippe Nigro for De Castelli (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 01.04.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Lancelot' by De Castelli

The Italian brand De Castelli is specialised on objects up to very large scales for the indoors and outdoors, in iron, Cor-Ten and stainless steel. The company was founded by Albino Celato who stams from a family with a centuries-old crafting tradition.

The beautiful and well-proportioned cabinet ‘Lancelot’ by Philippe Nigro is one of the latest creations. De Castelli will exhibit at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Hall 10, stand C-14.

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'Canova' by Produzione Privata

'Canova' by Produzione Privata

In the 1990s, after beeing part of the famous Memphis group, the Italian architect Michele De Lucchi founded Produzione Privata – a manufacturing studio with the focus on high-quality craftsmanship and therefore production of a limited number of pieces.

Over the years, Produzione Privata has developed into a group of Workshops scattered across Italy, where skilled crafts are still pursued.

'Canova' ceiling light by Produzione Privata

'Canova' ceiling light by Produzione Privata

The ceiling and pendant light ‘Canova’ designed by Michele De Lucchi and Philippe Nigro demonstrates the company’s philosophy.

Out of a block of opaque, compact, cut and polished Carrara marble came a hollow cylinder to house the bulb. Light is emitted decisively from its aperture. Filtered by the marble, it leaves glimpses of beautiful veinings.

to the Michele De Lucchi interview @ Architonic

more Produzione Privata products @ Architonic