Luceplan, globally renowned Milan design lighting company and Modular Lighting Instruments, innovative Belgian manufacturer of architectural lighting systems, are launching a new co-branded showroom in New York City’s Soho neighborhood. Designed by architect Amedeo G. Cavalchini, the space exemplifies the synergy between decorative and architectural high-end lighting fixtures and offers architects and designers a one-stop shop for projects. Cavalchini’s design was initially inspired by the actual products that would be showcased there looking at the technical, commercial, economical and aesthetical components. Set on two floors, Cavalchini divided the showroom’s main level into 22 light boxes each infused with a special “still life”, using new materials such as the De Castelli délabré aluminium walls. Born from the constant search for new variations and sensory perceptions of metals, the délabré aluminium recalls the concrete in its color and its shades, sometimes deceiving and surprising the observer. The solution adopted to coat the interiors of the showroom are panels of various width, covered wall, dividors and counter.
Architectc Amedeo G. Cavalchini
Place New York City
Photo Peter Kubilus