There is so much beautiful lighting in the design world, so it is hard to narrow down the most beautiful. Here are a few highlights from Milan Design week, that I found to be the most interesting and unique.
DMOCH had some of the most interesting wall, floor, and table lamps that I have ever seen. Their exhibit was located in the Lambrate District. Their play with proportions and counterweights was really unique. I also loved the use of color and super smooth woods (very trendy).
The details were beautiful. Really well made lights by DMOCH.
This new wireless (rechargeable) LED lamp technology will do a lot for the industry. I’m super excited about it. This ‘snooze’ lamp was launched at The Temporary Museum for New Technology in Tortona by Giesse-Technology. Check out more of their other innovative work HERE.
‘The Switch’ light by Designer Richard Hutten for NgispeN is simple and fun. At NgispeN’s show in Tortona they displayed this light in a new way by using a Plumen bulb. The Plumen bulb is very cool and can instantly make any lamp more interesting!
With Plumen bulb:
Taking recycling to a refined and gorgeous level, Lucirmas launched this lamp at their Tortona district show. It’s not up on their website yet, but hopefully it will be soon for better photos. (adjacent to the lamp in this photo is one of their recycled, etched glass bowls.. also very nice)
Handmade Lights by Asaf Weinbroom as seen at the Lambrate show in Milan:
The Freehand Series, pen holder and light, by HOMMM as seen in the Tortona district. Note: They are much nicer in person than they look in any of these photos:
This small table lamp from the Lambrate show was quite lovely as well. The Light Drops lamp by e27 :