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This year’s edition of Euroluce has finished yesterday and, with it, one of the most important shows in the lighting area.

Roll & Hill was one of the best novelties in Euroluce 2013, with iconic suspension lighting pieces. One of the aspects of the Roll & Hill range that has always appealed to us is the unapologetic feeling of a return to the early days of Art Deco evoked by the majority of the objects.

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Roll & Hill 

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  Roll & Hill at Euroluce. Superordinate Antler by Jason Miller

Another brand that surprised us positively was Slamp, which counted on Zara Hadid’s work: its two new white suspension lamps Aria and Avia were drawn specifically for this international event.  The pieces are constituted by blades Cristalflex and Opalflex respectively.

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Zara Hadid’s lamps Aria and Avia

Rendered to Fixtures Flying Flames (2013), creations of Ingo Maurer and Moritz Waldemeyer. With LEDs, the candles are electronic suspended by a steel base and seem to float.

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Flying Flames 2013

String lights for Flos also called our attention for its very straight forms.

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‘String’ lights by Michael Anastassiades for Flos

As it was mentioned earlier, Anglepoise couldn’t disappoint us: its contemporain fixtures were one of the good points of this year’s Euroluce edition.

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Anglepoise stand at Euroluce 2013

To finish this selection one of the most cheerful stand and the new graphic collection.

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Delightfull stand at Euroluce 2013

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