Novità a Euroluce 2019

During Euroluce 2019, part of this year Salone del Mobile in Milan, Pallucco showcased the brand's latest products, created in collaboration with international designers: minimal, playful and high-technological lamps and lighting systems. Download the News 2019 catalogue >

Totem by Chiaramonte Marin

Totem was born from the idea of creating a luminous object composed of elements with primary shapes that can be positioned at whish and according to the user’s vision, giving this light sculpture a symbolic meaning.
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Ròtea by Andrea Brugnera

The memory of an eclipse is evoked with a simple gesture, a light caress directs the luminous flux where desired. Spin, play, touch the light. Few elements for a versatile wall light, a concave metal disk, a light source grazing the wall, a spherical pivot that allows the inclination of the disk, reflecting the light in all directions.
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Tangent by Jenkins&Uhnger

Tangent is an adjustable floor lamp inspired by geometric principles. The form and simplicity of the lamp’s mechanism gives it a sculptural quality that invites you to interact and explore its function. The lamp consists of two main elements: A linear LED with an integrated dimmer is contained in the light tube. This interacts with the ring of the freestanding pedestal through the combination of tension, friction and balance allowing the user to create whatever functional or aesthetic lighting effect is desired.
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Microtelescopic by Jean Nouvel

The extension range of the new lamp Micro Telescopic, designed by Jean Nouvel, is incredible. Just a simple touch activates the opening mechanism and the lamp can be extended to the desired length, up to two metres and twenty. Everyone can enjoy the entertainment of being able to continually reinvent the atmospheres of light that can be produces by varying the different heights. When fully retracted, the Micro Telescopic practically disappears to look rather like a small torch, but when extended, all its incredible appeal is released and creates a magical, bright setting. Whether fixed to the ceiling on its own or in a group, the lamp evoke the surreal image of a hanging forest of stalactites of varying length, which can almost touch the floor, flooding it with light. As a floor lamp it can generate a sequence of different height columns.
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Grid by Brian Rasmussen

The Grid floor/table lamp designed by Brian Rasmussen takes its name from the aluminium grid which distinguishes its design, that is both functional and decorative at the same time. The Grid lamp has a classical, yet original shape: the hemispherical and regular shape of the dome is supported by the criss-crossing lines that give the lamp movement. Grid is available in epoxy powder coated aluminium in two finishes, black or white, and it is fitted with a diffuser grid in white aluminium. This year it is presented, in two dimensions, in the new version table/floor.
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Calla by Enrico Franzolini

Designed by architect Enrico Franzolini, Calla represents the need to improve the quality of light. The lamp becomes a flower; the most elegant among flowers, the Calla. An essential and evocative design that adapts both to home furnishings and contract spaces.
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Graffiti by Kazuhiro Yamanaka

Graffiti is Kazuhiro Yamanaka’s brainchild, combining elegance with creativity and playfulness. The result is an original lamp, a sculpture of light that delicately steals the spotlight in the room. The lamp has stainless steel sticks that you can play with, drawing “graffiti” in the air and creating a work of art that builds the space around you. You can easily set the rods on the magnetic frame to give rise to a unique design that distinguishes its surroundings, time after time. The frame gives off light that emphasises the feature drawn by the steel sticks.
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LaGronda by Luciano Bertoncini

Modular mirror/coat hanger. Each module consists of a lower fixed part and an upper one which can be pushed back and turns the mirror into a coat hanger. The aluminium frame is available in 3 colors: matt black, gray white and titanium. The mirror has 3 finishes: natural, gray and bronze. A silk-screened decoration, inspired by the Mirrors series by Roy Lichtenstein, can be added to the natural finish.
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Ring by Brian Rasmussen

The pendant lamp Ring, designed by designed by Brian Rasmussen, takes its name from the sequence of woven rings which define its original and unusual shape. A sort of bright crown which gives a touch of elegance to the space in which it is installed. To stay as closer as possible, the rings follow a geometric logic which seems to optimize the available space. Ring is available in the new spherical version of 50 cm diameter. The rings of the diffusers are made of PVC in white, white and gold, black and gold colours and now in the new finishes gold, copper and nickel.
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Tube by Christian Deuber

The floor lamp Tube was first presented, as a prototype, at the “Salone del Mobile” in Milan in 1997. The project has been produced by Pallucco since 1998. The lamp embodies the radical minimalism and the avant-garde of the 90’s. For the new series the design was “redeveloped” and, thanks to the LED technology, it has been adapted to present day.
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