Lighting systems and fixtures are evolving thanks to new and higher levels of performance. Spotlights, geometric profiles and suspension lamps fit into architecture, shaping the space and revealing its characteristics.
The Stant collection by Karman, designed by Edmondo Testaguzza, is composed of static, linear forms that suggest the engineering structures of the early 1900s, with cylindrical spotlights or spheres in blown glass of different diameters. It is possible to freely create luminous micro-architectures, adding elements without the need for more power cables.
Poses by Axolight is a modular ceiling, wall or suspension lamp that permits the creation of countless geometric forms. The lamp is organized through the use of linear bars with a diameter of 2.3 cm, available in three different lengths that are grafted onto circular satellites equipped with a magnetic cover for opening and closing that ensures a very clean image – on the aesthetic side – and remarkable simplicity of installation, on the functional side.
The Way linear system by Castaldi is a complete range of components ready to respond to a wide range of indoor design situations. The compositions are in slender extruded aluminium, coupled with a co-extruded screen in polycarbonate, capable of perfectly matching the curves of the aluminium.
Linealuce mini 27R designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte for iGuzzini is a masterpiece of technological precision that offers a triple optical technology to shape light for any particular needs. The Optibeam reflectors provide high levels of visual comfort, along with lenses to create an effect of grazing light on vertical walls, and no-dot technology for continuous, uniform light emission. Internal and external accessories offer maximum comfort and customized diffusion of the light.
Minimal design and contemporary styling set the tone of the new Berica S suspension lamp by L&L Luce&Light. The suspension comes in three standard lengths (620 mm, 1180 mm, 1740 mm), but with an extremely compact thickness (starting from 32mm), and three different types of fronts: convex, flat and concave. The dual emission lamp – upward and downward – makes it possible to light spaces in an intelligent and uniform way.
Suymuri by Vesoi is an aluminium body available in the standard sizes of 50, 100 and 150 cm, with total white, total black and brass coated finish. Light and flexible, Suymuri lights space by bringing its glow where it is needed, from the wall to the ceiling, in a luminous composition that relies on standard sections of different lengths, connected to each other by means of modular linear and corner elements.
Starting from a simple conductive cable in thin, elastic rubber, the INK System by Linea Light Group becomes a continuous strip for indirect emission, suspended near the ceiling. The same cable, combined with a special extrusion for walls and ceilings, transforms into a luminous pathway and functions as a base for the ‘letters’ that form the system.
From the collaboration between Lodes and Needs Studio, Tidal is a ceiling lamp with a ring shape that suggests the movement of tides and heavenly bodies. The shell of the lamp is made in die-cast aluminium, equipped inside with an LED light source that simultaneously projects the beam downward and upward. The ring discreetly conceals all the technical aspects inside, thus emphasizing the aesthetic value of the object.