At this year's Milan Design Week, held in the capital of the region of Lombardy from April 17 to 23, lighting played an important role as it coincided with the 31st edition of the Euroluce trade fair. Spain had a special role as the country with the largest number of exhibitors at the fair (second only to Italy) with the presence of 25 Spanish companies.
The Spanish luminaires stood out for their aesthetic, delicate and expressive designs. Many of the creations are the result of combining craftsmanship and functionality and invite you to reach out and play with form and intensity of light. Some of these collections stand out for their combinations with noble materials such as natural wood, porcelain, glass, and granite. The quality, resistance and versatility of these luminaires means that they can be used in all types of spaces, both indoors and outdoors.
We would like to introduce you to some of these collections presented by Spanish brands such as Vibia, LZF Lamps, a-emotional light, Lladró, Santa&Cole, Marset, Estiluz, LedsC4, Bover, B.lux, Luxcambra, Ole Lighting and Pujol Iluminación.
Designers and design studios such as Sebastian Herkner, Nichetto Studio, Bodo Sperlein, Werner Aisslinger, Christophe Mathieu, Teresa Sapey, Stone Designs, Joan Gaspar, Ramos y Bassols, Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, Naoto Fukasawa, José Lluis Xuclà, Nahtrang, Emiliana Design, Estudi Manel Molina, Gonzalo Milà, Benedito Design, Isaac Piñeiro, Cenlitros, Lucas Muñoz, Summumstudio, Candela Cort, Jaume Ramírez, David Abad and Francisco Gómez Paz.