Euroluce 2023: The City of Lights

Euroluce, the International Lighting Exhibition hosted by Salone del Mobile.Milano, is here.

The biannual trade fair is the benchmark international show for the lighting world. Its influence cannot be understated and the majority of LightCo’s brands are exhibiting and launching new collections.

Taking place from 18 to 23 April, members of the LightCo team are on the ground to bring you all the news from our brands including a sneak peek of the new products and Q&A’s with the brand representatives.

Daily highlights

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Q&A’s with the brand reps will drop when we launch their new collections in coming weeks. Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to stay in the loop.

Brands and stands

Are you attending Euroluce? You can visit LightCo’s brands in the following locations.

The City of Lights

Salone del Mobile.Milano, who hosts Euroluce, has reformulated the show’s layout for 2023, aligning it with a concept they have called “The City of Lights”.

Whilst Euroluce is foremost a business event and a presentation of new products, it’s also an opportunity to promote multidisciplinary cultural activities connected with light.

Curator Beppe Finessi, an Italian architect and academic, explains:

[Euroluce is] a multidisciplinary project that, confident of the results of formal and technological product experimentation by the very top design companies…seeks and reaches out to dialogue with other fields of creativity, such as the world of architecture, interior architecture and displays, installations, painting, sculpture and photography.

The goal is to harness a multitude of different visions, which can be contrasting and contradictory, and embed them within Euroluce’s layout, elevating the show into an occasion for discovery and rediscovery, a reflection on the past and on the future, and a dialogue between technology and art, architecture and design. Much like you would encounter in a bustling metropolitan, hence the theme, The City of Lights.

Announcing the new exhibition layout.
Research-based design studio Formafantasma will design multiple pavilions.
Euroluce curator Beppe Finessi

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Take a moment to familiarise yourself with the current collections from the brands showing at Euroluce:


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