Published on : Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Luceplan will be showcasing at the Northern Light Fair in Stockholm from February 7 to 11. The range of offerings selected for display at the fair includes new solutions and major classics that share the aim of giving light the highest possible quality at the service of human beings and their habitat, developed through in-depth technical, functional and aesthetic research.
The already large Luceplan collection now includes new entries launched on the market just a few months ago, with two highly innovative lamps: Diade, developed for the workplace, and Garbí for interior design projects. Both these products reflect the new trend towards lighting design that pays close attention to the environmental conditions in which we live, concentrating on the forceful impact of light on human perceptions.
Diade is a particularly striking suspension of great impact designed by Monica Armani, as the result of constant research on new technical lighting solutions that also offer high sound-absorbing performance. The lamp is composed of an extruded central body and two panels that can be mounted vertically or horizontally to create a partition or a large suspension lamp. The “wings” with their rigorous linear design are thermoformed with sound-absorbing batting, shaped and marked by lines that have a simultaneously structural and decorative function. The lines also serve to channel the light for different needs, thanks to specific optical diffusers and batwing elements. The lamp comes in a range of different colors. Perfect for workplaces, Diade sets the tone and adds warmth to setting in a unique, recognizable way, bringing personality to space with a single modular architectural element that creates a particularly refined couture effect.
Garbí, the first project by David Dolcini for Luceplan, is a decorative applique for the home that seems to take form from the wall itself, designed as a single full volume of soft, regular surfaces that meet to create clear edges and become graphic signs when the light is on. The brightness of the LED seems to bounce on the wall, triggering a situation of contrast and sliding back into the shell, igniting it and forming a delicate arch on the wall. When the lamp is off, the daylight strikes its form and reveals its solidity and its gently curved surfaces. Inspired by the reflections of sunlight on architecture and the way light slides over its surfaces, Garbí conveys a deep sense of balance, poise, vitality and strength.
Luceplan also celebrates the anniversary of Costanza with the world premiere of a new finish in brushed brass color, a crowning touch for the thirty years of success of this icon of contemporary design. Costanza will be featured in the catalogue in the various floor and table versions, and the Costanza table model, all offered with the classic white shade. In this new guise, Costanza once again confirms its potential to respond to the widest range of technical lighting needs with a touch of elegance and versatility.
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