For the second time to the Milan Design Week, Sikalindi focuses on new models capable of arousing emotions and bearing the signature of Sandro Santantonio Design.
Both salentini but who met in the last edition, they immediately had a lot to share as a passion for the great Italian craftsmanship and mastery of "handmade". Years of research company and the creativity of the designers, combined, have given rise to a variety of models and types of objects.
In this edition of euroluce 2013, Shiny focuses on new models capable of arousing emotions with light effects and shadows, transparencies and color gradients. With the collection Hand Made for the first time the company experiments with the use of fiberglass, a light and resistant eco-sustainable material, to create a collection of lamps that focuses on great Italian craftsmanship and the mastery of “handmade”, hence the name.
designed by Sandro Santantonio Design and produced by Shiny, Arum is a floor lamp that comes from the idea of representing a flower: the calla (scientific name Arum). Slim and opens at the top welcoming a soft, diffused light protected by a metal pistil. A great idea for a Valentine's Day gift.
Ribbon is the new collection of lamps created by the Italo-Spanish collaboration between Studio Sandro Santantonio Design and the company Decorluc.
A project born from the union of traditional concepts with a modern twist with a touch of sophistication. The elegance of the shade fabric meets the minimal design and extremely modern of the structure and essential forms and Hi Tech.
Nature has always suggested to many artists, whether poets, painters, sculptors, photographers, architects or designers to create a large number of ideas, to find in the newspaper a symbol: the strength of the beauty of the universe.
It's called Plissè the collection of lamps Sandro Santantonio Designed to ca'belli light and which will be presented at the Salone del Mobile Milano 2011, Hall 13 Stand G12. An innovative and sophisticated technique and a special plaster made it possible to transport the pleating of clothes and sets to the world of lighting.