At the Light + Building you can see how light, space and controls interact and what this spells for luminaire design. Moreover, there are some truly stunningly pioneering innovations on show.
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by Thomas EdelmannThe end of the traditional light bulb clobbered the luminaire industry, which is slowly recovering. At the Euroluce in Milan the clear trend was an effort to harmonize design and technology again.
Architecture | ResidentialRimadesio's "Velaria" dividing wall system stands out for its successful combination of high-grade glass sliding panels with thin frames and fittings.
News & StoriesThe Design Awards of the Federal Republic of Germany were bestowed in the course of the opening of Ambiente in Frankfurt. There were five Gold and 20 Silver medal winners. Moreover, the designer Richard Sapper was honored for his life's work.
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by Vera Siegmund"Fantasma" was the name given in 1962 to one of the first luminaires produced by the newly-founded company of Flos. The name was chosen by the luminaire's designer Tobia Scarpa and likewise could have served as a motto for the entire product range made under the brand label, as for almost half a century now Flos has been highly imaginative in the luminaires is has produced.
Light + Building clearly showed that light is becoming ever more digital and offers tools for emotions of all kinds. Among the mass of novelties, you could notice that good light is getting ever more rare.
News & Stories | Salone del Mobile 2011 – supported by Villeroy & Boch Tiles
En route for Milan. It’s that time of the year; the Milan furniture salon is just round the corner and the design world is in pandemonium. To give you an idea of the countless events throughout the city we have compiled a list of what we consider to be the most promising among them.