Kundalini will be present at the biennial appointment with euroluce, on stage from the 9 to the 14 April. In the frame of the Furniture expo will present, in the 11 pavilion booth B19-C18, a world made of light, gentle shapes and refined materials.
"Details make perfection and perfection is not a detail." This is what Leonardo da Vinci said, and so has always been the approach to creating new products. Kundalini lamps are the detail that enhances the space and at the same time elements in balance between functionality and decoration.
Five new products will be presented at Euroluce, some declined in different types of use and an expansion of the established families of lamps Kushi, Lanna e Nami. Collaborations with talented designers continue to be the heart of Kundalini's development and growth.
New and exciting collaboration with Cristina Celestino. His work is based on observation and research, in projects he skilfully combines tradition and contemporaneity, develops creative solutions and plays freely with ideas. With Kundalini he created two projects, the first in a suspended version and the second declined in floor and suspension. The floral world and nature have been the main source of inspiration, their mysterious beauty has guided Cristina in the realization of these lamps.
The partnership with the French designer is further consolidated Noé Duchaufour Lawrance. His approach to design is the union of instinct and sensitivity, combined with the desire to create objects that last over time. This year with Kundalini he proposes a project in which each module has a different function by integrating light and nature in an unusual vertical garden. News also for the Lannà family of lamps, which is also available with a black finish.
The enduring partnership with the designers has also been confirmed Alberto Saggia and Valerio Sommella, based on the shared vision of the creative path to be undertaken. The Kushi family of lamps is expanding with three new versions: floor, table and suspension. The Nami lamp, a novelty of the last edition, will also be proposed in the black finish.
New project for Kundalini with MrSmith Studio. Curiosity, elegance and meaning are the most important features of his design process. From these elements comes a table lamp that combines tradition and modernity. The result is the reinterpretation, with the contemporary vision, of a classic lamp shade.
The emerging talent Chris Basias it was noted during the last edition of the Salone Satellite and Kundalini continues to believe in young designers. His love for creation and experimentation led him to explore the world of arts and design. It was from his passion for exploration that the Kundalini lamps project was born, a system with infinite possibilities of composition.
Kundalini takes part in the interior reinterpretation of the historic Cucchi Confectionery, symbol of the city of Milan, which will be dressed in bright tones and precious textures. The project, curated by Cristina Celestino, will be presented during Milan Design Week and combines the tradition of historic coffee concerts with the modernity of the designer's language.
"KUSHI" Project by Alberto Saggia & Valerio Sommella, 2019
Kushi, from the Japanese "skewer", is a tribute to light, to design, to food. A tribute, therefore, to Made in Italy. A collection of lamps with a rounded shape and apparently soft and soft, almost organic, pierced from side to side by a thin rod, a set that evokes distant and familiar memories: a skewer, a marshmallow, a candied apple ...
A collection of lamps in which two pure and antithetical elements coexist, both in form and substance. Thus the metallic stem, rigid, cold and material, contrasts with the velvety softness of the blown and etched glass diffuser curves, coexisting in the same space, in continuous and mutual relationship, to give life to a collection of formally very simple lamps, but with a strong personality. Three new floor, table and suspension versions are added to the wide range of versions available to complete the collection and meet every need, furnishing and illuminating any room with style and extreme elegance.
"LANNÀ" Project by Noah Duchaufour Lawrance, 2017
During their most important events the Lanna, an ancient Thai population, freed hundreds of flying lanterns in the sky. The Lannà lamp is inspired by this particular ritual and by the objects that characterize it. Its soft, velvety layered opal glass diffuser is suspended in balance within a metal structure with a brass finish.
The warm and enveloping light gives the rooms an extremely elegant and refined atmosphere. When suspended in multiple compositions the lamps recall the magical starry nights illuminated by the flying lanterns that rise in flight graceful and ethereal. The Lannà family of lamps includes the declination in table and suspension versions.
"NAMI" Project by Alberto Saggia & Valerio Sommella, 2017
Nami, from the Japanese "onda", is a metaphor of light: the wave of glass that refracts the light of the multiple light sources mysteriously hidden inside. Glass and light, the two key elements of the Nami suspension lamp, coexist in harmony, enhancing and enhancing each other.
The texture of the precious molded and curved glass multiplies the reflections of light creating a play of contrasts that fade and transform continuously, with changing perspectives. At the same time the light highlights the perfect materiality of the glass. Finally, the painted metal frame defines the contours of the element, giving the whole solidity and elegance.