MEET LEUCOS @ FUORISALONE
We are very glad to inform you that LEUCOS will take part in FuoriSalone, the event organized on the side of iSaloni del Mobile by renowned architecture and interior design magazine INTERNI.
The event by INTERNI, who will reach its 19th edition in 2016, is, no doubt, among the most awaited ones since it features macro-objects, micro-architecture and installations created by internationally known designers with the goal to explore with a multidisciplinary approach, the contamination between Architecture and Design.
In 2015, 128.000 trade professionals and about 1.000 accredited journalists attended the several INTERNI events located in different areas of Milan.
We will be exhibiting some of our products in the amazing location of Università Statale of Milan, in via del Perdono 7 (centrally located, near Brera).
By taking part in this context of experimentation, LEUCOS re-affirms its leadership in the world of lighting design while, at the same time, meets and interacts with an international audience.
The “theme” of this edition, in fact, will be “open borders”: the exploration of new boundaries of design and architecture.
For over 50 years, LEUCOS has been improving the relationship between light and materials, not only through the interpretation of glass, but also crossing the frontiers of design with unusual material and ever changing light sources.
With THE GREAT JJ, LEUCOS breaks the rules: its oversized dimension accentuate its iconic yet rigorous design, making it the protagonist of the environment.
LEUCOS will interpret the theme of 2016 FuoriSalone with a series of THE GREAT JJ trios: there will be some custom compositions of THE GREAT JJ pendants and some grouping of THE GREAT JJ floor in fresh new matt colored finishes, RGB dimmable and color tunable.
As well as standard GREAT JJ floor in Corten, Black Burgundy red and white.
The theme of oversized objects will be also explored thanks to three black Katanas (our prestigious floor lamp designed by Valerio Cometti and Paolo Balzanelli) installed within an exhibition of Japanese textiles: LEUCOS’ tribute to the rich culture of the Rising Sun.