ITALAMP took part in the Salone del Mobile 2023 by presenting an exceptional project: “The Crackle of Light”, an intimate space where guests, equipped with headphones, were taken on journey into the deeper sounds of the creation process. This project fits well with the proposal of a company capable of interpreting light even in unusual ways, demonstrating an uncommon capability for lateral thinking and innovation.
PIOLA by Danilo De Rossi. The designer started from the concept of a luminous diaphragm. Like a refined veil with an architectural appearance, PIOLA shows all its decorative and illuminating authority. A perfect expression of ITALAMP’s deep design and know-how, it interprets glass and light in an unprecedented way, between state-of-the-art technology and craftsmanship. It appears as a weave of glass and metal composed of fine cast glass rods, embellished with a texture of micro bubbles, crossed by thin light gold metal rods.
The structure has supports, at alternated heights, on which the glass rods are assembled and from which two internal LEDs create a beam of light that passes through the glass, enhancing the bubbles, with a very striking, almost oxygenating effect. This system allows modularity in width and height, hinting a placement in the center of a space as ideal.
Italamp embraces time and pushes it to some truly elegant contemporary design trends
MARGOT, designed by Roberta Vitadello, among the new additions. To amaze and excite, enhancing the classic tradition, the ancient and noble “savoir.faire” made in Italy, synonymous with concreteness and precious roots on which to build the future. This is the ambitious premise that guides Roberta Vitadello’s design thinking in the interpretation of the new MARGOT chandelier, thanks to an innate sensitivity and deep know-how of glass and crystal processes. MARGOT is a complete and perfect micro-architecture and takes inspiration from timeless classic design to interpret the most elegant contemporary trends. Rare as a pearl this chandelier is made of hand-carved crystal and glass. The metal structure comes in matte black finish, the lampshades in anthracite fabric while the decorative metal details in gold finish with stones. The decorative value of MARGOT is powerful, each element is skillfully combined to bring to life this iconic piece of great personality and decorative strength.
AURORA, design Virginia Cei, an eclectic, colorful and playful collection. A multifaceted soul with a seductive retro allure, AURORA is characterised by an innovative language, defining pure and minimal yet eccentric shapes. Its naming alludes to the light that takes over the sky just before sunrise, anticipating the concept of the project, which is based on the balance between light and shadow, magic that comes from the perfect dialogue between the geometric shapes of the sphere and the hemisphere. The finishes recall the colors of early Italian industry and the lamp, made in metal, is available in a wide range of colors (Antique White,Yellow Sunrise, Baby Blue, Baby Pink and Cappuccino) and the diffuser in white. Declined in every versions, it includes floor, table, ceiling, suspension and wall solutions.
The sustainable use of the environment stands at the very top of Italamp’s activities
NUBE, designed by Defne Koz, almost magically, captures the shifting balance of rounded forms. Like clouds swirling in the air, like soap bubbles coming to life, its compositional capacity is powerful and takes inspiration from the contamination of different traditions and artistic skills: the exterior in Murano glass and the interior in hand carved crystal: two techniques that dialogue for a unique result. The three magical and super-transparent colors: blue avio, salmon pink, and fumè – come from a newly developed Murano glass palette, while the stripes on the crystal inner tube create striking refractions. The metal frame is in iron grey finish.
Lastly, ENSO by Roberta Vitadello and Stefano Traverso nominated for the Compasso d’Oro 2024; REGOLO, TRACCIA and ESTER by Stefano Traverso; AXI by Patrick Jouin iD; GILDA by Roberta Vitadello; UNIVERSALE by Virginia Cei; FILO by Defne Koz; SESTO by Nava+Arosio Studio; GRAND COLLIER by Marc Sadler; ANTEA by Ilenia Viscardi; CICLA and a selection of bestselling cordless lamps including MUNETTA, MARTINA, ROSÈ by Danilo De Rossi and LIGEA by Lorenzo Gecchelin complete the set-up. Italamp has been chosen as a partner for the set up of the Euroluce Restaurants – a project curated by Lissoni & Partners – Halls 11 and 15, whose menus are curated by chefs Daniel Canzian and Gennaro Espositois. Regolo, Steno and Milo are the suspension chosen to interpret the setting. The restaurants are islands of warm light within the industrial space of the fair. High backlit walls with graphics reproducing some of Milan’s most iconic architecture, together with the green touch given by the plants, host the products of the project’s partner companies and make the environment welcoming.
ITALAMP Founded in 1975, Italamp over time has built its fame in the lighting field, by standing out thanks to an eclectic proposal of elements with classic and contemporary designs and sometimes the result of collaborations with international designers. Italamp develops and manufactures its products entirely in Italy, and those are famous for their distinct personality and the use of artisanal techniques that guarantee each creation the highest quality and uniqueness.