Euroluce (Part 2), Milan, April 2015

Welcome to Part 2 of our Euroluce round-up, dedicated to the very best new launches from the world's leading lighting brands. One of my favourites is Ingo Maurer's playful Bastardo lamp. I hope you find something that inspires you too.

Have a great week!


The Bastardo lamp by Ingo Maurer has a punk-rocker hairdo that appeals to young rebels or those who are young at heart.

The hand-blown glass Bonbon pendant by Lasvit is inspired by a candy wrapper.

Ingo Maurer followed-up on its El.E.DEE – the first table lamp featuring LED technology, which was brought to market in 2001 – with OH.LED.ONE, featuring two OLED modules by LG Chem.

Lladró's collection of Mademoiselle lamps fetters its iconic porcelain ladies.

Algorithm by Toan Nyguen for Vibia consists of large glass globes.

"A suspended experimental form of geometry," is how Nemo describes Kepler by Arihiro Miyake studio.

Patricia Urquiola's Serena family of lights for Flos is characterised by round or oval shaped diffusers, conceived in a range of refined materials and finishes.

Santa & Cole launched a chandler version of its classic Cirio lamp by Spanish designer Antoni Arola.

Konica is a new freestanding lamp by Italian designer Carlo Cumini for Spanish manufacturer Fambuena.

Kushi is a table lamp from Kundalini’s latest collection.

Odile Decq's futuristic Soleil Noir ceiling light for Luceplan is made in moulded polyurethane foam with a thickness ranging from 8 to 25mm.