At Fuorisalone 2021, iGuzzini presented the latest lighting products for private and public spaces
During Milan Design Week 2021, iGuzzini opened the doors of its Milanese space featuring a special installation. On that occasion, visitors were able to see a number of new products, including the Mya lamp, developed in collaboration with Lamborghini, and Light Shed, a furnishing accessory that illuminates.
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The installation also included a “Light Experience” that made it possible to see up close the latest lighting products by the Marche-based company, such as Robin, Superrail, Blade R, Laser Blade Space, Easy Space.
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Lamborghini and iGuzzini for lighting
Mya, developed by Centro Stile Automobili Lamborghini and iGuzzini, is a table lamp that encapsulates the features of Lamborghini cars. The shape of the lamp recalls some of Lamborghini’s signature elements, the Countach Line and the Y. Mya represents the iconic “Y” with a structure that conveys solidity and strength. The “Y” is also incorporated in the on/off switch and in the dimmer of the lamp. Mya can be rotated 30°, directing light where it is needed. The lamp also includes a USB type C port for charging electronic devices.
iGuzzini’s other innovation for 2021 is Light Shed, an efficient and multi-functional furnishing accessory. Light Shed is formed by a LED source and can be managed with a control system that allows you to have light only where and when you need it. Thanks to its BLE-DALI interface, it is possible to control the system and manage each lighting device or scene through the iGuzzini Smart Light Control app on your smartphone, via the internet, or with voice commands.
Light Shed is available in three modular forms (single square, modular square and linear) and can be installed as a recessed, surface and suspension solution. It is possible to customize the modules and combine them with each other, creating ceilings matching the space, or to choose the same finish as the ceiling for perfectly smooth surfaces that radiate light.
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