Euroluce 2015: the year of the chandelier
By Heloisa Righetto

Forget minimalism: this edition of Euroluce (which only happens every two years) was all about chandeliers. Big, opulent, expensive, decadent chandeliers. In fact, pieces …

Apr 21, 2015
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Forget minimalism: this edition of Euroluce (which only happens every two years) was all about chandeliers. Big, opulent, expensive, decadent chandeliers.

In fact, pieces showcased at the fair are so intricate and rich in details that some exhibitors had to put a mirror underneath them just to make sure visitors could see everything.

Chandeliers were never ‘out’, especially in trade shows. There’s always space for them, so what is different this year? The fact that they weren’t tucked into a few stands in corridors that no one goes to; they were out there in every other stand, shining bright and impossible to ignore.

The full trend analysis from Euroluce will be live later this week, but in the meantime you can check out our Instagram profile, where you will find over 30 pictures live from Milan Design Week.

– Heloisa Righetto


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