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Lambert et Fils Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Lambert et Fils Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Lambert & Fils Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Barovier Toso Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Barovier Toso Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Barovier&Toso Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Flos Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
FLOS Stand, designed by Calvi Brambilla. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Flos Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
FLOS Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Flos Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
FLOS Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Flos Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
e15 Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Kundalini Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Left:FLOS Stand. Middle: e15 Stand. Right: Kundalini Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Foscarini Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Foscarini Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Kalmar Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Left & Middle: Foscarini Stand, designed by Ferruccio Laviani. Right: Kalmar Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Bocci Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Brokis Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Left: Bocci Stand. Right: Brokis Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Davide Groppe Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Davide Groppe Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Davide Groppe Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Davide Groppi Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Louis Poulsen Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Luceplan Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Left: Louis Poulsen Stand by GamFratesi. Right: Luceplan Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Marset Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Marset Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Michael Anastassiades Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Left & Middle: Marset Stand. Right: Michael Anastassiades Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Penta Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Penta Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Penta Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Penta Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Roll&Hill Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Roll&Hill Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Roll&Hill Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

Santa&Cole Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Santa&Cole Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Santa&Cole Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

TossB Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Vibia Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace
Vibia Stand at Euroluce. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Left: TossB Stand. Right: Vibia Stand. Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.


Video Highlights from Euroluce 2017.

 

The biannual lighting fair – Euroluce, held in parallel with Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2017, brought together over 450 different lighting brands who showcased some of the most progressive and innovative products this year. Following the gradual phasing out of the incandescent light bulb, the recent years have seen the lighting industry rise to the occasion with a rapid development of new technologies. More flexible LED lamps have opened up what seems like an endless range of forms that free the lights from the restrictions of bulb-based systems, with light fittings that not only look beautiful but also deliver on flexibility and adjustability. As a result, we continue to find ourselves in an incredibly exciting time to be designing, buying or working with lighting.

Some of the brands at Euroluce 2017 focussed on the fourth dimension of design, exploring the fine balance between function and emotion. FLOS, the undisputed leader in lighting, presented a knockout stand designed by Calvi Brambilla, which was at once quiet and minimalist, yet incredibly dynamic and alive, conceived as a metaphor for the peculiar tension in the research process that is intrinsic in all projects. In addition to a series of new masterpieces by internationally acclaimed designers, the Italian brand released two new lights by the supremely talented young design duo Formafantasma, who’s work explores the human relationship with light, elevating if from a purely functional dimension to an emotional one. “Lamps are designed to illuminate the world with brightness, but also with the intimacy of shadow: the quality of light cannot solely be measured through its intensity,” share the designers.

Several brands have turned to archival pieces, with a number of notable creations from the 1970s and 1980s being reissued this year. The most notable examples include the beautiful Elysee Collection designed by Pierre Paulin in 1970 for the Elysee Palace Paris, now produced by Nemo Lighting. Oluce have released Vico Magistretti’s Lyndon suspension lamp designed in 1977, while Danish brand Karakter presented two lamps designed by Angelo Mangiarotti in the 70s and 80s.

David Pompa, the first Mexican brand to ever exhibit at Euroluce (who impressed us last year at SaloneSatellite), unveiled two lights that bring together an unexpected mix of materials such a metal and natural stone. LA-based Atelier de Troupe also showcased at Euroluce for the first time with a stand design and a new collection inspired by the 1920’s architectural masterpiece Schindler House.

Of course, there are too many other brands to single out here, so I’ll just let you peruse all the images in the galleries below at your leisure. You will notice that the images are split into two separate galleries dedicated to The Stands & New Product. If you’re keen for more awesomeness from Euroluce 2017 and beyond, preorder your copy of our inaugural Milantrace E-Report due to be released in the next few days. Trust me when I tell you it’s going to be EPIC!

High Fives & Bum Taps,
Mama Yellowtrace x

 

Related Posts:
Highlights From Milan Design Week 2017.
Best New Furniture and Stands at Salone del Mobile Milano 2017.

 

Team Yellowtrace travelled to Milan courtesy of Cathay Pacific, who fly to Italy several times each week. Cathay’s great connections from Australia allow getting from Sydney to Milan in under 24 hours, including transit times. For more information visit cathaypacific.com.au.

 

Eos by Artemide at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Yanzi by Artemide at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Eos by Bernhardt & Vella for Artemide. Right: Yanzi by Neri&Hu for Artemide.

Bois by Atelier de Troupe at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Miro Luminaires Light by Atelier de Troupe at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Ze Luminaires Light by Atelier de Troupe at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

New collection from LA-based Atelier de Troupe.

44 Series by Bocci at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
84 Series by Bocci at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
87 Series by Bocci at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: 44 Series by Bocci. Middle: 84 Series by Bocci. Right: 87 Series by Bocci.

Ambra by David Pompa at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Ambra by David Pompa at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Ambra Floor Lamp & Oola suspension by Mexican designer David Pompa.

Flash by Davide Groppi at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Hashi by Davide Groppi at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Infinito by Davide Groppi at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Flash by Davide Groppi. Middle: Hashi by Federico Delrosso for Davide Groppi. Right: Infinito by Davide Groppi.

La Plus Belle by Philippe Starck for FLOS at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Wire Ring by Formafantasma for FLOS at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Blush Lamp by Formafantasma for FLOS at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: La Plus Belle by Philippe Starck for FLOS. Middle: Wire Ring by Formafantasma for FLOS. Right: Blush Lamp by Formafantasma for FLOS.

Galerie Federico Peri Floor Lamp by Fontana Arte at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Optunia by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Fontana Arte at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Tripod by Front Design Floor Lamp for Fontana Arte at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Galerie Floor Lamp by Federico Peri for Fontana Arte. Middle: Optunia by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Fontana Arte. Right: Tripod Floor Lamp by Front Design for Fontana Arte.

Dolmen by Foscarini at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Filo Teodora by Foscarini at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Satellight by Foscarini at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Dolmen by Foscarini. Middle: Filo Teodora by Foscarini. Right: Satellight by Foscarini.

Aida Lamp by karakter at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Coffee Table by karakter at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Aida Lamp by Angelo Mangiarotti (1988) from karakter. Right: Coffee Table by Aldo Bakker (2015) for karakter.

Lambert and Fils at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Lambert and Fils at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Lambert and Fils at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Laurent Collection by Lambert & Fils.

Flux by Ed Ng & Terence Ngan by Lasvit at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Flux Table Light by Ed Ng & Terence Ngan for Lasvit.

Cipher by Yabu Pushelberg by Lasvit at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Lollipop by Boris Klimek for Lasvit at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Luce Plan at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Cipher by Yabu Pushelberg for Lasvit. Middle: Lollipop by Boris Klimek for Lasvit. Right: Compendium Circle by Daniel Rybakken for Luce Plan.

Brass Architectural Collection_Double Sconce brass by Michael Anastassiades at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Mobile Chandelier by Michael Anastassiades at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Elysee by Pierre Paulin for Nemo Lighting at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Brass Architectural Collection: Double Sconce brass by Michael Anastassiades. Middle: Mobile Chandelier by Michael Anastassiades. Right: Elysee Wall Light by Pierre Paulin (1970) released by Nemo Lighting.

Potence Pivotante Mini by Charlotte Perriand for Nemo Lighting at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Potence Pivotante Mini by Charlotte Perriand from Nemo Lighting.

Alba, double floor lamp by Mariana Pellegrino Soto for Oluce at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Bloom Pendent Black by Tim Rundle for Resident at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Resident at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Alba, double floor lamp by Mariana Pellegrino Soto for Oluce. Middle: Bloom Pendent in Black by Tim Rundle forResident. Right: Resident Circus Pendent by Resident.

Roll & Hill at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Roll & Hill at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Roll & Hill at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Kazimir by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio for Roll&Hill. Middle:John Hogan for Roll&Hill. Right: Crane by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio with Vera & Kyte for Roll&Hill.

Tekio by Antohony Dickens for Santa & Cole at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Cestita Bateria by Santa & Cole at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Apertivo Lamp by SERVOMUTO at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: Tekio by Antohony Dickens for Santa & Cole. Middle: Cestita Bateria by Santa & Cole. Right: Apertivo Lamp by SERVOMUTO.

June by Vibia at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
Musa by Vibia at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace
North Floor Pendant by Vibia at Euroluce 2017 | Yellowtrace

Left: June Outdoor Light by Emiliana Design Studio for Vibia. Middle: Musa by Note Design Studio for Vibia. Right: North Floor Pendant by Arik Levy for Vibia.

 

 

IMAGE GALLERY / EUROLUCE 2017 HIGHLIGHTS.

 

 

IMAGE GALLERY / BEST NEW RELEASES FROM EUROLUCE 2017.

 


[Photography © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace as noted, otherwise courtesy of Press Office. Video © Yellowtrace.]

 

2 Responses

  1. Akshay

    All the pictures the mind blowing. Perfect Interior pictures, if anyone is planning to decorate their home. It has many ideas to select.

    Reply
  2. Jon Wood

    Wow! i never thought there would be so much to choose for the lighting stand but all of them are just unique and best in their ways loved all of it. thanks for new ideas for lighting stands :)

    Reply

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