The months after Salone del Mobile 2014 are always exciting as we get to put the newest furnishings, fixtures, and technology to work in our clients’ homes and businesses. Our favorite Foscarini products included floor, wall, and suspension lamps.
Tuareg floor lamp. The Tuareg floor lampis part sculpture, part luminary. Designed by Ferruccio Laviani, it is made of branch-like tubes and includes three LED lights, adjustable to 360°, and controlled by touch dimmers.
Aplomb on the wall. After the success of their Aplomp floor lamp, Lucidi and Pevere created a wall version. It is also made from concrete and available in raw gray, white, and warm brown.
Rituals continued. If you’re a fan of Foscarini’s Rituals series, you’ll appreciate their new suspension lamps that were on display in Milan. Ludovica + Roberto Palomba added another larger lamp to the Rituals collection, which were inspired by Japanese lanterns but are executed in the modern era using hand-blown glass.
Another collection of suspension lamps that echo the hollowed paper lantern idea are the Spokes hanging lamps, designed by Vicente Garcia Jimenez and Cinzia Cumini and the Choucin Minis designed by Ionna Vautrin.
All are available through Casa Design.