Breathing New Life Into Light

Preciosa Lighting at Fuorisalone

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Breathing New Life Into Light
27/04/2018 - Preciosa Lighting has presented Breath of Light, its newest design during the Salone del Mobile. Breath of Light is a dynamic, playful lighting installation revealing the contemporary side of Preciosa.

Preciosa is dedicated to creating breathtaking moments of lighting inspiration. The installation will inject new life into lighting concepts, inviting visitors to interact with this eye-catching exhibition.

Breath of Light is one of the most intriguing designs Preciosa has created. It demonstrates that with design and technical ingenuity it is possible to transform the properties of chandeliers into playful installations,” said Michael Vasku, Creative Director for Preciosa Lighting. “It will be a fascinating experience that will not only create many smiles, but also make guests’ catch their breath in awe.”

In addition to the Breath of Light installation, Preciosa introduced a stunning new pendant, Pearl Drop. This statement lighting piece by designer Frank Tjepkema is classic in its reference to pearls but modern in the simplicity of its overall shape.
 
During Milan Design Week visitors discovered the glittering radiance of crystal glass lighting shining brightly in La Posteria, a beautiful hall built in the early 20th century.
Visitors can see up close the pendants Siren and Geometric, and chandeliers Rudolf historic, Rudolf contemporary, Crown, Eugene, and Maria Theresa contemporary, a selection of historic chandeliers and stylish pendants.

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Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

Breathing New Life Into Light

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