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Lighting Effect
Product Type
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Lighting Effect


Via Brera, 5 - Milan
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Once again, this year, we will be on show at iconic settings in the world's design capital from 15th to 21st April during Milan Design Week.


At our space in via Brera 5 we are presenting the LIGHT THAT MOVES TIME, installation curated by Alfonso Femia / AF*Design. The focus of the project is future time, observed from the past, in which retro-futurism, a genre celebrated in literature and cinematography, becomes an endearing, emotional journey. In the nineteenth-century courtyard, an archaic, primitive form hosts our latest innovations designed for new ways of inhabiting space. These are the Newfo projector, inspired by iGuzzini's first architectural fixture from 1977 Ufo, and Filorail, the track with the smallest opening in the world (3.6 mm). The journey through space and time continues in the basement. Here the interaction between past and future is expressed in a second retro-futurist set design featuring re-editions from the historical iGuzzini Echoes archive, (including a preview of the 2024 Cespuglio lamp originally designed by Ennio Lucini in 1977), displayed in a context projected forward in time.

Products installed: Newfo, Filorail, Light Shed Linen, Betwo, Libera
Battery lamps: Clan Mini
iGuzzini Echoes: Cespuglio (Ennio Lucini); Clan (Harvey); Nitia (Rodolfo Bonetto); Polsino (Gio Ponti); Sorella (Harvey); Zurigo (Massoni).

Register here to immediately receive your admission ticket to our exhibition space. You will be able to enter any day from April 15 to April 21.

Statale University 📍

During the Milan Design Week, we are illuminating installations by the architects Massimo Iosa Ghini and Simone Micheli in the courtyard of the Statale University.

TOW | The Odd Wine 📍

A selection of re-editions from the historical iGuzzini Echoes archive are on show at the wine&tapas bar-bistro TOW | The Odd Wine (via Losanna 16).

Mimesis, forma e immagine 📍

We are also partners in the Iridescenti Approssimazioni installation by the architect Armando Bruno, included in the Mimesis, Form and Image exhibition in via Sant’Andrea 8/A, in the heart of Milan’s fashion district.