Studio Italia Design to Exhibit Lighting Fixtures at Euroluce 2017

The 29th International Lighting Exhibition opens its doors to visitors between Tuesday 4th and Sunday 9th April 2017 at Fiera Milano Rho. All of the new frontiers of lighting spaces that have made Euroluce the global industry benchmark will be at the Fair.
 
(Photo Credit: Salone del Mobile)
 
Euroluce returns alongside the 2017 Salone Internazionale del Mobile, this year with over 39,000 m2 of exhibition space spanning four halls (9-11 and 13-15) , and with 454 top notch industry exhibitors, half of whom from outside Italy, confirming the event’s status as the world’s benchmark international lighting fair. This year, technological innovation and an architectural and design-led approach are the undisputed stars of the show.
 
The wide range of products on offer – unique in terms of variety and comprehensiveness – encompasses the latest new devices for lighting environments, innovations in lighting systems, light sources and software for light-related technology, as well as the use of original new eco-sustainable materials.
 
Euroluce is the most stimulating international platform for the lighting market and a must-attend event for market players, offering classic, decorative and design-oriented lighting for interiors and outdoors, as well as for the contract and workplace sectors, and products developed for the lighting technology sector.
 
This year, Venetian-based Studio Italia Design will also showcase some innovative lighting fixtures at the Euroluce. With their focus on quality and design norms, the lighting fixtures created by Studio Italia Design carry the symbol of “Made in Italy.” They use delicate and selected materials to highlight craftsmanship.  
 
Maggio is a symbol of intense and seductive spring evocation with magical and suggestive light effects, achieved by its carvings combined with spread (diffused) and indirect light.
(Photo Credit: Studio Italia Design)
 
Melted blown glass in an unconventional design, Random creates unique and emotional effects thanks to the use of precious materials and details. The modularity of the range allows you to create an infinite variety of clusters. (Photo Credit: Studio Italia Design)
 
For more information, please visit: http://www.studioitaliadesign.com/en/market/1
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