Luca Turrini – new Ely light
Luca Turrini once again collaborates with the LEDS C4 group with this proposal designed for Grok. Creative and observant, he enjoys combining innovation with traditional shapes, without forgetting aesthetics, technology and practicality.
Turrini will present the Ely light at the Euroluce lighting exhibition in Milan. Ely is a lamp that floats in space, integrating into the architecture with minimal impact. Depending on its position and the many adjustments that can be made to it, the light creates different scenes and emotions with its single light source. Ely is synonymous with elegance, imagination and a sense of lightness.
Francesc Vilaró – new Catenaria chandelier
Francesc Vilaró is the founder and director of product design at Diba Studio in Barcelona and bases his work on a balance between creativity, industrialisation, innovation, aesthetics and practicality. Winner of several Delta design awards, in 2016 he won the German Design Award for the Grok Invisible light
Vilaró is presenting Catenaria in Milan. A large chandelier that uses traditional materials like alabaster and marble, in combination with chrome-plated metal. Versatile and adaptable, gravity plays an important part in this piece, which flexes with the force of nature. Inspired by the works of Gaudí, particularly his catenary arches, it's a very lightweight structure that can create different shapes depending on how the metal arches are arranged.
As well as Catenaria, Vilaró will also present the new wall light version of Invisible (German Design Award 2016) and the return of Cocktail, a portable lamp with an adjustable head to direct the light and accentuate an object or space.
Céline Wright – wall light version of Voiles
With over 20 years' experience, Céline Wright is one of France's most influential designers. Inspired by a period when she lived in Japan, her pieces are famous for being handmade and for their use of artisanal techniques and eco-friendly materials. To ensure each light is unique, she has created a network of craftsmen who work from home. With a sensitive and poetic touch, inspired by nature, her pieces evoke a feeling of serenity.
Wright will be at Euroluce with the new wall light version of Voiles, a piece where clarity, poetry and balance combine. The Japanese paper used to make its four asymmetric surfaces traps the light and adds personality to the space. Handmade in Paris, it's ideal for large spaces and is available in a range of sizes.