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A research of light

4 May 2023

Oluce unveils its new 2023 lamp collection


“In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.” (Francis Bacon)

A study of light that transforms living spaces. Lamps conceived as decorative elements that are captivating when they’re on and dazzling when they’re off. For more than 70 years, Oluce has been creating design icons that distribute value by delivering not only function but emotion and beauty.  At Euroluce, Oluce unveiled an installation which confirms the company’s partnership with architect Ferruccio Laviani. The stand is designed as a surreal and evocative place, with strong architectural references and a colour palette dominated by warm and vivid hues. Inside, domestic areas and display spaces alternate to recount the new products and collections, where Oluce lamps illuminate, decorate and express a stylistic and aesthetic narrative.

The showcased products are new projects conceived by Italian and international designers, indoor lamps which are the expression of a studied decorative aesthetic that shapes everyday environments with light. The event unveiling the new products for 2023 will be opened by a project that expands a range of lamps created a few years ago, an immediate Oluce catalogue favourite: the Berlin collection by French designer Christophe Pillet. This year the company showcases a new floor-standing and suspended version that features the same elegant decorative presence found in the ceiling and wall versions.

Berlin’s refinement is expressed by its thick metal ring diffusers and a slender profile that encloses two discs of wired glass. The diffusers, two in the floor-standing version and four in the suspended version, are supported by a slender, tubular stem and can be rotated 360° according to lighting requirements. Berlin shows definite art deco inspiration in an anodised brass finish and a decidedly more contemporary look in its matt black finish and LED light source. In these new versions, Berlin flaunts its sophisticated side with its materials and design, bringing light where it is needed and inviting physical interaction with an object, turning people into conscious makers of their own light space, inviting them to calibrate it to suit their personal requirements.

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