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.
Roll & Hill
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.
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.
Flying Flames 2013
String lights for Flos also called our attention for its very straight forms.
‘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.
To finish this selection one of the most cheerful stand and the new graphic collection.
Delightfull stand at Euroluce 2013