Euroluce 2013 was not the one that radically broke with trends or changed courses. But that does not make it a fair without an identity. On the contrary … Various launches have the potential to mushroom into an instant classic. And there was news to gather!
An awful lot of people build and furnish their own homes. Some budding builders produce architectural gems because interior design is in their DNA. Others should be arrested by the fashion police if you ask me.
I recently came across the ten unconventional lamps mentioned below. I have to admit that I found it difficult to form an opinion. Would they prove an eye-catcher, or would they blight my interior? What verdict would you give if you sat on the lighting jury and had to judge these lamps? Tell us at the bottom of this blog post!
Euroluce 2013, the lighting & design biennial at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, is now behind us. In this blog we look back at this mecca for lighting aficionados, concluding with the big picture. So was this a terrific Euroluce?
Paris may well have the reputation of being the European City of Light, but the Italian fashion capital of Milan stands in nobody’s shadow when it comes to lighting. In April, the 52nd edition of the leading lighting fair, Euroluce, was held in Milan. From interior lighting to outdoor, from spectacular show lighting to subtle hospital lighting. Anyone who wanted to follow the trends in lighting could feast his or her eyes at Euroluce.
What were the biggest hits at Euroluce 2013? Among hundreds of product launches, tens of thousands of tweeting visitors and the critical eyes of the design critics, several designs did rise above the crowd.