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Light First by iGuzzini India

The Luxury Symposium

An exclusive night to conclude the Luxury Symposium 2018

Concluding The Luxury Symposium 2018 - the day dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of the Indian luxury industry -  the Italian embassy in New Delhi hosted the “Light First” iGuzzini event on 30 November. The exclusive evening event - organized by LSI (iGuzzini distributor in India) at the residence of the Italian Ambassador in India, Lorenzo Angeloni - featured prominent Indian lighting design studios.

Naturally supportive of designers, architects and lighting designers, iGuzzini illuminated a series of evocative artistic installations - Wysiati by Harmeet Singh Issar (Design Matrix studio), Four Seasons by Linus Lopez (Lirio Lopez studio), Yours and mine by Manav Bhargava (Mandala studio) and the 7 concepts designed by Vibhor Sogani. Kanchan Puri Shetty and Sarvdeep Basur also attended the event.

Light First by iGuzzini India
Lighting designer: Harmeet Singh Issar (Design Matrix studio)
Lighting concept: An installation that, depending on the angle you look at it from, stimulates people to stop, reflect and take on a new perspective.
Light First by iGuzzini India
Four Seasons​
Lighting designer: Linus Lopez (Lirio Lopez studio)
Lighting concept: A tactile interactive installation based on the sounds and colours of the four seasons of Delhi, portraying light as the creative element that generates attractive spaces.
Light First by iGuzzini India
Yours and mine
Lighting designer: Manav Bhargava (Mandala studio)
Lighting concept: Inspired by the encounter between Alexander the Great and Diogenes, the installation aims to explore the ubiquitous question "Whom does light belong to?".
Light First by iGuzzini India
Lighting designer: Vibhor Sogani
Lighting concept: Inspired by a shell, the installation is a tribute to life and nature. The light emerging from the fluid forms incites viewers to debunk the mysteries encapsulated in the artwork.
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