Sunday, April 24, 2011

Extravagant lights

An extravagant lady with her new lighting creation.

I love Paris.


Gone fishing!



Not for every space…

I found this fascinating!

It is called Ortenzia and it looked like candies wrapped in golden foil.

Chips is the appropriate name of this lighting.




Just for fun!

One of my favorites.

What do you think about these images? All these extravagant lights, some in my opinion really “too much”… were exhibited at I Saloni in Milan and I will show soon many more, since this year Euroluce was part of the Design Week and I saw gorgeous ones.

All images ©Albarosa Simonetti

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Marcus Design said...

Happy Easter to you in Milan dear Albarosa! I hope you are having a wonderful time. These lights are really more like sculptural art, aren't they? Quite stunning, many of them I have never seen anything like!
Nancy xo

Jimmy The Undercover Designer said...

I think lighting is one of those items where too much can be accepted in a certain context, once the lights are on chandliers take on a different look, the trick is when the lights are off !
I like most of these selections. Especially the very big ones maybe for a hotel lobby.

peggy braswell said...

Loved seeing these. Hope you are well+having a grand time.

mary said...

These lights are from another world. I love the creative energy, but how would one place these???

Claudia Juestel said...

Looks like you are having a smashing time in Milan, judging from the show.

How fun these light fixtures are! Although they may not be for everyone I Saloni should be the place to show more out-there designs. It is sort of like a fashion show; not everything will be every day wear for most. I love the last ones too.



Maria Killam said...

Look like you are having a wonderful time! Lovely lights!

Theresa Cheek said...

LOL! It's never too much! I love the Eiffel Tower and fishing themes. They can get away with it because the repeating pieces are small in scale and similar in color. Light fixtures should make a statement and be a focal point. These photos are great examples of what works!

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