Posts tagged as 'Euroluce 2011'

'Denq' table lamp by Toshiyuki Kita for Oluce

Last year’s Compasso d’Oro laureate and creator of the 1980’s eyebrow-raising ‘Wink’ chaise longue, the much-acclaimed Japanese designer Toshiyuki Kita has collaborated with the Italian lighting brand Oluce on design of this minimalist table lamp. Resembling an oversized lightbulb, ‘Denq’ is made of opalescent, opaque blown glass and a lacquered metal base with chromium-plated laser cut upper base disc. The lamp is the first collaborative project of the Japanese designer and Oluce and it was presented during last year’s Euroluce fair in Milan. (more…)

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Light Headed: Euroluce 2011

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'Beth' by Carlo Colombo for Italian manufacturer Oluce

Excuse me. Have you got a light? No? Well, maybe you should have visited this year’s edition of Euroluce, the international lighting fair that rides pillion with the Milan Salone Internazionale del Mobile. But not to worry. Architonic has made a selection of some of the show’s luminaries for you, so sit back and light up. (by Simon Cowell)


to Simon Cowell’s Euroluce 2011 report on Architonic

Tour of Euroluce part 3, Milan 2011

In the third installment of our comprehensive photographic journey through the 26th edition of Euroluce we reveal the images from the exhibitions of Foscarini, Slamp, Frau Maier, MGX, KAIA, Estiluz, Album, Lumini, Pallucco, Prandina, Arturo Alvarez, Lladro, LZF, Örsjö, Catellani&Smith and Serien Lighting.

to Architonic’s tour of Euroluce Milano 2011, Part 3

Tour of Euroluce part 2, Milan 2011

The second part of our extensive photo reportage from this year’s edition of the international biennial lighting fair Euroluce showcases the exhibitions of Bover, Quasar, Secto Design, Lightyears, Kreon, Vibia, Axo Light, Almerich, Barovier&Toso and Artemide.

to Architonic’s tour of Euroluce Milano 2011, Part 2

'Mr. Light' short by Javier Mariscal for Nemo

Nemo is the lighting brand of the Italian manufacturer Cassina. At this year’s Euroluce in Milan Nemo launched a re-edition of several design icons of the 20th Century as well as wide range of novelties created by renowned designers and famous artists. Amongst them ‘Mr Light’ a charming table lamp by the Spanish designer Javier Mariscal. It is especially characterised by its figurative elements, such as the raising hat that enables to guide the light in different directions.



Tour of Euroluce part 1, Milan 2011

The Euroluce is the international trade show for lighting companies which takes place every other year during the Salone del Mobile in Milan. We compiled our impressions for you – the first part with the exhibitions of Gubi, tossB, XAL, Jacco Maris, Zumtobel, Luceplan, Modular, Tobias Grau, Valenti, designheure, Oluce, NEMO, LEDS C4, Lucente, Refer + Staer, Artek, ZERO, Ingo Maurer, Brand van Egmond, Terzani. Enjoy!

to the Tour of Euroluce Milano 2011, Part 1

'Spin' by Beat Karrer for tossB

The Zurich based designer Beat Karrer realised this adjustable pendant light for the Belgian manufacturer tossB. ‘Spin’ will be showcased at this year’s Euroluce from 14 17 April.

Due to the asymmetric position of the mounting point the light direction can be adapted most easily. A simple yet smart mounting unit simplifies changing of the reflector which is available with different angles of radiation. The light source is LED.


For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Milan 2011: ‘Spin’ lamp by Beat Karrer for tossB (BE)