Five Fantastic Lamps From Milan Design Week 2018 You Will Want to Have at Home.


Five fantastic lamps from Milan Design Week 2018 you will want to have at home. Each of us is a designer - we all love to decorate our homes. However, when the crucial moment of getting a new thing comes out, it is not always easy to have clear ideas and get the right thing.

Check the best five lighting designs we spotted at the Milan Design Week 2018, these will inspire you in decorating you home. Or at least, it will give you a hint on what is currently in fashion in the bright universe of lamps and illumination.

Tetatet portable lamp by Davide Groppi showcased at “ON Line. Millennials at Home” curated by Elle Décor Italia is an amazing design featuring a magnetic base, LED technology and rechargeable batteries.

Jellyfish lamps by Atelier Dall’Osso looks like they are melting. Made of recycled polymer, light, transparent and resistant material, each lamp appears to be a live object featuring fluid and unfinished aesthetics.

Sila lamp by Zsuzsanna Horvath is one of those enigmatic objects that looks simple and yet terribly tempting. While the core of the project is only a plywood circle cut with laser and then suspended from ceiling, each Sila lamp is a subtle piece reacting to the slightest breath of air and creating unique, cozy and intimate atmosphere.

Designed by the Milan based office Mandalaki, the Halo lamp presented at the iconic Rossana Orlandi Gallery just blew designers minds this year during the Milan Furniture Week Fair. It is no less than a blast of colors - an indirect source of lighting created to reflect perfect and vivid light from a wall.

Truly one of a kind, the Cocoon lamp by Bastien Chavrier is an incredible piece combining silk making tradition and LED technology. The designer allowed the silkworms, weave its silk directly onto the lamp’s metal rods, which forms the lamp’s diffuser.

Do you have a hard time believing that this is possible? Then you‘d better participate in the next Milan Design Week 2019 to touch, see and discover all the novelties by yourself.

Maria Novozhilova
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