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Exclusive lighting at Milan Design Week 2024: new products, prestigious collaborations and limited editions

Despite 2024 not being the year of Euroluce, the biennial lighting showcase at Salone del Mobile, Design Week still revealed exciting new arrivals. Leading brands continued to shape the modern lighting scene by integrating advanced technologies, high-quality materials, and aesthetically pleasing designs that not only light up spaces but also enhance both the visual and functional aspects of living spaces.

This year, Lodes unveiled its most significant new product, Oblò. Designed by Paola Navone, this suspension lamp features a fluid silhouette and marine-inspired colors. Its soft, rounded forms, hung by a cable that resembles a ship's ropes, appear to float in the air like buoys. The lamp’s iridescent finish mimics the light's reflection on water.

Lucie Koldova has crafted the Starcloud and Spectra lamps for Brokis. Starcloud resembles a cloud of elegant hand-blown glass pendants in three opaline hues, arranged at different heights. The Spectra lamp, adhering to a principle of formal purity, softly radiates light in two directions, fostering a cozy and atmospheric ambiance.

Boris Klimek's Convex collection for Brokis, crafted from Brokisglass, uses the form of a convex lens to bring innovation in functionality, visual representation, and design. Additionally, LCM MARIN design studio's new Dome collection stands out among Brokis's 2024 proposals. Drawing inspiration from classical Roman architecture and Venetian domes, it merges elegance with modernity.

Arihiro Miyake’s Chloris pendant lamp for Nemo Lighting features polychrome glass panels that encase individual LED sources, creating the illusion of lights floating in the air.

The Lorosae table lamp, designed by Álvaro Siza for Nemo Lighting, is inspired by the designer’s visit to East Timor in Asia, where "Lorosae" means "place where the sun rises". This rechargeable, battery-operated lamp emits a soft, diffused light and features a pure, luminous finish on its translucent glass.

Nemo Lighting’s LBB01 lamp, designed in 1950 by Lina Bo Bardi for the Casa de Vidro, stands as a symbol of Brazilian modernist architecture. Its simple geometric design features lines and volumes that converge in a dynamic visual arrangement.

Minimalist, elegant, and extraordinarily functional, the Sorrento lamp by Valerio Sommella for Nemo Lighting reinterprets the traditional candelabra with a modern twist. Supported by an elegant metal base, three slender aluminum stems rise to meet transparent diffusers that evoke the flicker of flames. This portable lamp beautifully recreates the elegant ambiance of candlelit dinners.

Lasvit unveils its new Nebula collection, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune Studio, inspired by space nebulae. This minimalist lighting series elegantly combines borosilicate glass with reflective metallic finishes.

Martinelli Luce introduces Canopée, a creation by Nicolas Verschaeve that evokes the sway of tree canopies in the wind. Notable for its lightness, movement, and interactivity, the central disc serves as both a reflective and diffusing surface for light.

FontanArte revisits its iconic Parola table lamp, originally designed in 1980 by Gae Aulenti and Piero Castiglioni, now presented in "rosso ancora". This update is part of the FontanArte X Gucci collaboration within the broader "Design Ancora’" project.

OLuce refreshes some of its most celebrated designs in striking scarlet red, including the iconic Coupé by Joe Colombo.

Flos celebrates the 10th anniversary of Michael Anastassiades' IC Lights family with the IC Anniversary special numbered edition. This celebratory release includes three new versions in 24-karat gold and three new supersized interpretations.

Artemide continues to push the boundaries of lighting design through its innovative combination of technological research and partnerships with prominent architects. The brand introduces eight new products and additions to existing lines, including Ixa by Foster + Partners, Stellar Nebula by BIG, and Dreispitz by Herzog & de Meuron.

Davide Groppi’s STOP floor lamp features an essential design consisting of a base, a stem, and an adjustable disk.

Davide Groppi's new product, Ribbon, designed by Maurici Ginés, features a light graphic line resembling a ribbon that rests on a black marble base to become a table lamp.

Enzo Calabrese creates Sampei Outdoor XXL, transforming Davide Groppi’s iconic floor lamp into a colossal version suited for outdoor settings.

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