Preview Euroluce 2019: Ferroluce Presents Pipes

Ferroluce brings to the fair the new lighting system Pipes, Industrial mood, designed for any style and also suitable for renovations thanks to its ‘exposed installation’

Euroluce, the biennial International Lighting Exhibition that takes place during the Salone del Mobile di Milano, 9-14 April 2019, presents the most innovative solutions in the field of indoor and outdoor lighting. Ferroluce – Handmade Light participates again with the Classica and Retrò collections.

A Friuli-based company specializing in the production of lamps and lighting accessories since 1982, Ferroluce has taken inspiration for the Retrò collection from factories, lofts, merchant ships and underground style settings: linear shapes and sizes give character also to minimal settings and can be combined with more refined furnishings as well.

The materials are antique brass, oxidized metal and glazed ceramic. The craquelé finishes, the bolts on the perimeter of the lamps, the woven wires and exposed chains are the details that make these creations perfect for industrial-style settings.

Among the products, the absolute novelty is represented by Pipes from the industrial series, Retrò collection: this lighting system designed to enhance the uniqueness and beauty of industrial design, perfect for a loft, is completely customizable and suitable for renovation works since it allows exterior installation, with considerable savings in terms of time and money.

Using the wide range of products, including switches and sockets, the series may become a decorative detail able to characterize its setting. Among the iconic details, we can mention trompe-l’œil ceramic elements with glazed surfaces featuring refined, artificially shabby, antique effects. [Text Valentina Dalla Costa]

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