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From lamps to inflate to the chandeliers that are projected on the long wall, this is the most interesting lighting fixtures that are impressed with its design.

This year’s fair lighting in Milan, Italy led to the center of world attention, flexible and adaptable lighting devices spellbinding design, equipped with the most advanced LED technology.

From lamps to inflate to the chandeliers that are projected on the long wall, this is the most interesting lighting fixtures that are impressed with its design.

Pili, Arturo Alvarez

Lamp “Pili”, which resembles a bird’s nest made of a stainless steel thread, intertwined to form a luminous ball of complex shapes.

Moonati (Mamo Nuchies), Ingo Maurer

After almost two decades, German designer Ingo Maurer introduced newer models of pleated lampshades made out of Japanese paper, in addition to collection Mamo Nuchies. Among them is a wall lamp “Moonati” and the version of the table “Yoruba Rose”.

Lolipops, Boris Klimek for Lasvit

Slovenian designer Boris Klimek has created interesting, colorful chandeliers irregular shape, reminiscent of candy caramelized sugar.

Mobile Chandelier 13, Michael Anastassiades

Three new models of chandeliers linear forms enriched the original collection of designers Anastassiades from 2008 titled “Mobile Chandelier,” which numbered tens of lighting devices.

Gaku, Nendo for Flos

The design of Japanese studies “Nendo” combines a variety of household items – vases, bookends, bowls and trays with lamps and thus creates a very fitting decorative character.

Harry H, Carlotta de Bevilacqua Artemide for

Tradition and modernity meet in lights “Harry H” containing two sources of light – enhanced LED and OLED technology, housed within a sphere of blown glass. Adjustable OLED panels reveal a reflective surface when the light goes out.

87, Bocci

LED lamp “87” is like a transparent hose hanging from wraps around the cylinder and forms an irregular shape. Discreet lighting comes from neon or LED light source that illuminates the flexible hose.

Blow me up, Theo Möller for Ingo Maurer

Flexible lighting fixture “Blow me up” (Bloat me) consists of LED strips housed in a flexible tube that inflates. The lamp can be hung on a wall or ceiling, or simply rely on any surface. Instead of the switch has an integrated sensor.

Wire Ring, Formafantasma for Flos

Among the most interesting lamps found themselves two Italian duos “Formafantasma” created by the company Flos. The first is the extraordinary way the power cord used as a support for the circular LED flashlight that attaches to the wall.

Blush, Formafantasma for Flos

Another luminary of Italian designers, Blush throws light through a glass prism and projected a colorful rainbow on the wall.

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