Six lights making an appearance at Salone



The Milan furniture fair brings together designers and manufactures from different backgrounds and styles. Alongside a wealth of furniture, surfaces and accessories, the fair is a great show to see new lighting fixtures and lamps. We present a run down of six creative and different lamps on show at the fair this year. 



Norm 06 by norman copenhagen 

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On showcase by Danish design studio is Norm 06. Made from lamp shade foil, the lamp is based on the natural forms of a lily. The novel shape means the bulb is fully immersed inside the shade creating a diffused and softer light. Adding to the novel shape, the lamp is self assembly and can be put together manually without the use of glue. Ideal for cafés, restaurants, hotels and bars, the Norm 06 lamp combines fluidity with stunning design. 



Ray by Petite Friture 

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Image Credit: Tomas Kral


Presenting innovative young designers, Petite Friture showcases the work of Tomas Kral and the Ray lamp this year. His ingenious lamp presents a synergy between traditional office materials and modern lighting solutions. The Ray pendent lamp is constructed from rolled sheet metal usually used for office accessories and comes in a range of soft powder coated colours. The pendant lamp adds delicate style making it ideal for modern interiors. 



Riga by Miniforms


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Highlighting a long standing line of Italian products, Miniforms showcased the Riga floor lamp. Instantly the sleek form of the Riga signifies a bold and contemporary lighting option. Standing 135 cm tall, the lamp is constructed from metal and comes in a selection of lacquered finishes. The internal LED fixture further enhances the light emitted from the Riga further enhancing the stylish qualities of the slimline shape. Place it in a bar, restaurant or hotel to create a sublime ambience. 


Cone Desk Lamp by Universo Positivo

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Image Credit: Universo Positivo


Design duo Universe Positive have been introducing a range of refined simple products since their first launch in 2013. On showcase this year is the Cone Desk Lamp. Seemingly modest, the lamp highlights the quintessential style of the company. Constructed from a combination of solid oak and powder coated metal, the small desk top lamp presents straightforward and versatile aesthetics. Place it on the office desk for reading, drawing or within a library adding to the intimate setting of any interior. 



Pi Lamp by Universo Positivo

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Clean slimline design merging two dynamic materials, the Pi Lamp is an example of another sophisticated product from design studio Universo Positive. The oak composition is the main element adding a warm and natural appeal, whilst the metal plate covering the top further enhances the essence of the shape. With compact wiring formed into the wood, the lamp offers a modest desktop solution. 



LT05 NORTH by e15

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 Image Credit: Eva Marguerre & Marcel Besau


Showcasing the best of modern German design, e15 presents the contemporary NORTH lamps. Designed by Eva Marguerre and Marcel Besau, NORTH is a playful take on geometric forms and takes inspiration from circular shapes created by lunar phases. The range includes a selection of lamps made from brushed copper and powder coated steel, coming in three different colours. Adding character to commercial spaces with the NORTH lamp can be done with either a single fixture or a combination of several.