Foscarini takes centre stage at the 2023 Milan Design Week with two installations designed by Ferruccio Laviani that fully embody the brand's idea of experimentation and design freedom. At Foscarini Spazio Monforte in Corso Monforte, a wild urban garden has been created to deliver an immersive, unique experience, with the vegetation appearing to reclaim its space even on the store façade. In addition, Euroluce hosted an imaginative yet essential exhibition stand showcasing new products, including Fleur and Hoba.
Designed by Andrea Anastasio and produced in collaboration with the Faenza-based Bottega Gatti, the Fregio pendant and wall lamp combines the innovation of LED technology with the timeless beauty of antique ceramic floral bas-reliefs, successfully bringing together two realms that are quite distant in our collective imagination. A metal frame, onto which the decorations are anchored, contains the light source with an upward and downward light emission. Available in white, glossy grape red, matt berrettino and a special light blue-purple hue, Fregio's details lend this lamp a refined and elegant feel.
The new Chapeaux table lamp, presented at Euroluce 2023, perfectly reflects Foscarini's idea of simplicity and essentiality. The result of a collaboration with Rodolfo Dordoni, it is a combination of three geometric elements: three different metal, glass and bone china shades rest freely on an almost invisible funnel-shaped Pyrex base that contains the light and the technical components. With its powerful aesthetic appeal, this unique accessory will embellish any space without compromising on elegance and functionality.
Stunning either switched on or off, the Chapeaux lamp provides a non-glare indirect light that is reflected radially because of its clear base.
As its name suggests, Foscarini's new wireless lamp, Fleur, has been imagined by Rodolfo Dordoni as both a luminous object and a flower holder, just like a vase. The two components convey an interesting visual balance, a sense of lightness and a continuous interaction between the parts, including the base made of clear Pyrex. The light source, positioned in the upper part, is available in different colours, from more neutral to stronger hues.
Celebrating the beauty of imperfections in handmade objects and inspired by the damaged shape of a fallen meteorite, the Hoba collection of matt embossed blown glass lamps, designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba for Foscarini, is available in suspension, table, wall and ceiling versions, and in a variety of sizes. The material is moulded in a non-traditional way to become the embodiment of a new sophisticated style. Hoba reflects the designers' experimental approach in creating a totally irregular, ill-defined object in which proportions are of secondary importance.
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