What's new at Euroluce 2023
Euroluce, the biennial exhibition devoted to lighting, is also back after four years’ absence with important innovations: increasingly efficient LED sources, circular economies in the manufacture and distribution of low-impact products and raw materials.
Artemide continues its journey towards 360° sustainability and presents ultra light and compact products that can reduce materials, weight and packaging, as well as maximizing the luminous flux, to illuminate more and consume less. Its innovative models include the ALE 01 lamp, designed by the Hassell studio, in a biocomposite (containing FSC certified organic wood waste) and a bioplastic derived from sugar cane. For its part Flos shows its concern for the environment by eliminating the use of glues and welds, facilitating the dismantling and repair of the various parts. It presents the Black Flag extendable wall-mounted light by Konstantin Grcic. It is also available in PRO version with Eco Mode, a sensor that adjusts the brightness of the light to suit the setting and so reduces consumption while extending bulb life.
Finally the Costellazioni display system bears the signature of the duo Formafantasma. It consists of removable and reusable modules in paper and wood to house the exhibitions curated by Beppe Finessi.