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Milan Design Week 2017 Part III

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DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Today we wrap our coverage of Milan Design Week 2017 with some of the most forward-looking designs on show – from impossibly delicate LED light fixtures to material bending wood furniture… the future of design looks bright and here are just a few reasons why. Shown above – the TRIE Low Table by Zaha Hadid Design for Sawaya & Moroni.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Magnifier ceiling lights, 2016 by Forma Fantasma for Giustini – Stagetti Galleria O. Roma.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
THE ELEGANT…

Magnifier series combines gilded brass, LED lighting, and a simple glass lens to create beautiful light-pool effects on whatever surface lies beneath. Made in a limited edition of 15.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Serena table lamp by Patricial Urquiola for Flos.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
INSPIRED BY…

nature, the adjustable Serena lamp reads like a leaf blowing in the wind. Its dynamic diffuser angles up and down allowing for precise light control all while cutting a statuesque profile.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Freeze lamp by Ricardo Saint-Clair of Studio Dialogo Design.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
BURSTING WITH…

personality, the Freeze lamp takes on anthropomorphic form as it stands in a frozen gesture designed to be viewed from every angle.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Canal Chair by Luca Nichetto for Moooi.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
THE FLOOR…

Composition, 2017 lamp by Michael Anastassiades breaks form from the archetypal floor lamp to explore light’s play on color and geometries.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Mobile Chandelier 13, 2017 by Michael Anastassiades.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
DESIGNER…

Micheal Anastassiades expands upon his 2015 ‘Mobile’ series with three new, calculatedly curvy fixtures in black patinated brass and opaline glass.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Mito floor lamp by Tom Fereday for Rakumba Lighting.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
THE MODULAR…

Mito lamp celebrates the natural beauty of raw materials while capitalizing on cutting edge manufacturing techniques. The result feels equal parts primitive and contemporary.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Cirque pendant lights by Giopato & Coombes.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
COMPRISED OF…

delicate glass chains joined by LED-infused gold rings, Giopato & Coombes’ new Lace fixture ushers lighting into the realm of sculptural art.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Arrangement by Michael Anastassiades for Flos.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
ANASTASSIADES…

has done it again, blowing our minds with something impossibly new and beautiful. The Arrangement series is a modular collection of LED shapes designed to be mixed and matched to create an elegant, jewelry like balance.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

‘Mask’ project in Kvadrat fabric by GamFratesi.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
DESIGNER…

Luca Nichetto created 53 totem-like glass structures for luxury Venetian glassmaker Salviati. Entitled Pyrae, the collection was designed as a walk-through, immersive experience.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III

 

Arca Chandelier by Philippe Malouin for Matter.

 

DPAGES Milan Design Week 2017 Review Part III
A MASTER OF…

playful beauty, designer Jaime Hayon partnered with the rug experts at Nanimarquina to translate his fanciful drawings into a whimsical collection of rugs.

 

Until next year!

 

 

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