Italamp has been chosen as lighting partner of Sahrai Milano: the Italamp creations illuminate the flagship store, recently opened in Mayfair, one of the most refined and elegant areas in the heart of London. Two brands of excellence, ambassadors of Made in Italy in the world and leaders in their own sectors: interior lighting and fabric rugs.
The London flagship store expresses the elegant aesthetics of Sahrai Milano through an innovative perspective: the concept, based on great visual impact and refined style, has been developed by Studio Marco Piva, strategic partner of Italamp. The display of contemporary and modern rugs, alongside the traditional collections, recall and at the same time represent the brand-philosophy of Italamp: standing out in the market thanks to the combination of tradition and innovation, in a wide range of fresh and original proposals.
The light centerpiece of the showroom is the ceiling lamp TEO in its largest version with diameter 140 cm, which blends satin blown glass with gold nickel metal along sophisticated geometric lines. An additional touch of class for the flagship store: a similar “stylosophy” for the two brands, which stand out for know-how and research in design.
Italamp – Company Profile
Founded in 1975 in Cadoneghe (PD), Italamp is now a leader in the interior lighting sector. A key player both in Italy and abroad, the company stands apart for its ability to effectively and skilfully combine tradition and creativity for more than 40 years, adapting its diverse products to different tastes. The company has a powerful history and views as its key to success the pursuit of stylish, appealing products, as well as a desire to reinvent the meaning of lighting, striving for continuous innovation. The company is therefore able to offer exceptional and increasingly tailor-made solutions designed to simultaneously light and furnish any setting. Its expertise has also evolved through collaborations with famous architects and designers. The brand is therefore oriented towards a skilful interpretation by players in the design world, including lighting designers, architects, designers, and customers, whose vision is a main source of inspiration.