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It All Comes from Above

There are things above us that deserve attention. We don’t think about them, don’t look at them. It’s only when they are gone, we notice we miss them. The natural light diffused by the clouds’ natural shade. The original chandelier hanging from the night sky consisting of billions of stars. It’s the most commonplace things in every part of the world. Connecting all of humanity across the globe. Yet, so easy to forget they are there. For us, it’s the brightest source of inspiration. 

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Lasvit at Salone del Mobile 2023

Lasvit the preeminent lighting presentation Salone del Mobile: Euroluce 2023. We will showcase debuts ranging from the large-scale artistic installation Cloud by Maxim Velčovský, to new collections conceived with leading designers such as David Rockwell, Yabu Pushelberg and Campana Brothers, along with taking a fresh look at its Icons. Visit our Booth 212 in Hall 15 at Euroluce to see It All Comes from Above, from the 18th through the 23th of April. 

Cloud by Maxim Velčovský

The focal point of our presentation was Cloud by Maxim Velčovský. Clouds have been significant in many different cultures throughout history. They have been seen as a source of mystery and fascination, with various myths and legends surrounding them. Yet, equally, the cloud is a technology phenomenon reminiscent of structure and connectivity. Watching clouds is a personal meditative experience but also an inclination we have as humankind. Cloud explores the connection of individuals and structure, individual perspectives connected into something larger, something that transcends us. 

Constellation by David Rockwell

New York City’s shimmering night sky and the celestial landscape depicted in the iconic ceiling mural at Grand Central Terminal inspired renowned global architect David Rockwell’s lighting collection for Lasvit. The Constellation series is a family of six light designs that debuted at Lasvit’s booth at Euroluce and that bring the light of distant stars down to earth. The collection additions include the Ursa Minor chandelier, Cassiopeia wall sconce, and Gemini table lamp. The three pieces expand the collection that previously contained a horizontal chandelier, a wall sconce, and a floor lamp, each representing the constellations of Cassiopeia, Tri Star, and Polaris respectively. 


Florescence by Martin Gallo

Martin Gallo, a member of the Lasvit design team, presented his flower-like wall installation Florescence. The design concept combines organic shapes of glass with the play of caustic effects, creating the appearance of a blossoming flower growing on the wall. The modular wall-mounted glass installation is inspired by natural organic forms which, with proper lighting, can blossom before our very eyes. Observing flowers is known to stimulate dopamine, oxytocin and serotonin levels, the hormones of happiness, and Gallo aims to build on this effect with his design concept.