What is left of Euroluce 2023, now that Salone del Mobile.Milano is over? New products, of course, but also images of installations and settings that stood out for their innovative concepts and over-the-top ideas. The lighting Biennial has staked everything on renewal. Exhibitions, shows, a schedule full of talks and, above all, a new layout which successfully hit the target by encouraging flows and visits to the various pavilions.
Grouped in macro-islands and opening onto large aisles, the stands tried to capture the attention with open plans or spectacular entrances, with minimalist moods or guerrilla-gardening accents. This storytelling through spaces has followed different currents: it has been immersive and catalysing, underlining all the features of the new products; it has struck the public with captivating settings or refined sobriety.
Creativity and innovation among the Booths at Euroluce 2023
Sempli-City was the title of the artistic setting designed by Studio Milo for Axolight. The new collections and range extensions were presented in sets which reminded domestic micro-worlds in neutral colours, made special thanks to the illustrations by Marta Lonardi which served as a backdrop for family living rooms or outdoor areas from the very first glance.
(IM)POSSIBLE NATURE and Beyond Form: the most evocative installations at 2023 Fuorisalone
One of the most interesting installations at Fuorisalone 2023 was undoubtedly (IM)POSSIBLE NATURE by Ferruccio Laviani at Foscarini showroom in Corso Monforte 19. A wild garden made of grasses and uncultivated herbs reclaimed the façade and the interior sections of the space, serving as a quick break in the hectic urban rhythm.
On the other hand, the installation by Studio Milo for Masiero’s exhibition was very ethereal. In Milan’s via Statuto 16, with a dreamlike and surreal twist Studio Milo created the Oltre la Forma – Beyond Form scenic design for the launching of the Visio lamps by Nava + Arosio. The surrealist approach of the products, of human faces made of metal tubes with bright spheres of opaline glass in place of earrings and pupils, was infinitely multiplied into a labyrinth of curved walls and mirrors, where you could pleasantly get lost like Alice in a Design subworld.