Best Green Lighting from Milan Design Week
Focus on the Best Green Design Lighting spotted during Milan Design Week, the design event which every year enrich the vibrant Milan.
During Milan Design Week, E-Side team went all around the fashionable Italian town in search for the best sustainable design. You can see and read more in our previous post on Recycled Design at Milan Design Week. Older posts of previous editions of the Milan Design Week from here.
Bright ideas sometimes are to be found at smaller events which to our opinion are the most interesting and inspiring ones.
Design Lighting at Milan Design Week
Teca by Slow Wood Design Lighting: A ceiling lamp made from wood, metal and glass. Each lampshade is a unique piece made by turning different woods elegantly enclosed in a bubble of glass.
Up Lamp, Felt Lighting, by Spalvieri & Del Ciotto, for Tumar, Handcrafted lighting out of natural felt, from Kyrgyz Republic, using local techniques.
Trap Light, Photoluminescent pigments on the glass surface of this lamp means you can charge and “recycle” light at night, Ambient Lighting, Indoor and Outdoor Light, by Gionata Gatto & Mike Thompson, Ventura Lambrate 2014
Best Pick from Fuorisalone 2014, Wire Mesh Light, by Kenji Fukushima Design, Pendant LED lighting that fuses the modern day metal spinning manufacturing technique with the traditional Kanaami wire mesh technique.
More Design and Green Lighting for residential and commercial spaces, like the precision laser-cut Scraplight by Graypants and Upcycled Drum Lighting by Willem Heeffer, are available here