Luceplan presents original solutions for decorative lamps created by Mandalaki Studio, Meneghello Paolelli, Daniel Rybakken, Pio&Tito Toso and Alessandro Zambelli. The central focus is on innovative and sustainable technical and aesthetic solutions, offering a novel experience and sensation of comfort in the use of the luminous object, generated by materials and forms to produce exceptional luminous and acoustic effects.
Across is a versatile, dynamic lamp composed of three interconnected axes of different sizes, capable of creating compositions of variable appearance and complexity. The built-in LED light source can be easily removed and replaced by the user, in keeping with the tenets of the circular economy.
The structure is formed by an extruded horizontal body that contains an optical grouping for direct light, and two hinged elements that function as tie-rods, permitting attachment of the lamp to the wall or ceiling. With its adaptability, the model makes it possible to create new configurations, responding to different types of technical and stylistic needs.
An original vision of the traditional chandelier with arms in which technological innovation, research on materials and new solutions for the conduction of electricity are completely hidden from view. The central structure with a cylindrical form, 30 mm in diameter, contains an original electrified track on which to attach the very slim arms of the lamp. The chandelier comes in various configurations, thanks to the possibility of positioning multiple levels of arms on the central structure.
Millimetro design by Daniel Rybakken is halfway between a suspension and a
ceiling lamp, it features a very thin circular reflecting disk (as the name says, just 1 mm thick) to produce enveloping, warm light that spreads from below up to the ceiling. The project stems from Daniel Rybakken’s suggestion to create a lighting solution that would play with an effect, aimed upward and cast from above, thanks to a reflecting surface that generates a different perspective on the surrounding space.
Elegance and purity of style characterise this set of suspension lamps.
In terms of luminous and acoustic comfort, the new Koinè in a sound-absorbing version expands an already varied and versatile catalogue for this sector. The high level of technological and luminous performance of the suspension lamp is now boosted by another innovative feature: the reflector becomes a cap in 60% recycled felt, which plays a decorative role while reducing acoustic reverberation
For the Fuorisalone 2022, Koinè expands to become a true family: Luceplan also presents the new colors white, red and blue, and range extensions that include table and floor versions and the mini suspension model
Doi Wall conserves the characteristic design of the series, but with a different project approach: the structure is composed of two parts (two cylinders of differing diameter and length), which in this case do not interact through magnetism, as in the suspension lamp, but thanks to a mechanical joint. The part at the wall (wider and shorter) can be rotated, while the cylinder (longer and narrower) containing the spotlight can be adjusted as desired. This allows the LED light source to move freely, thus aiming the light to perform various functions: on the wall or on the ceiling.