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Milan Design Week just rolled by us and we didn’t even get a chance to truly enjoy it don’t you think? So much to do, so much to see and so much to choose from when it came to designing, one that certainly captured our eye was the lighting collection by Lee Broom.
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Lee Broom, British designer, just launched in Milan Design Wek 2018 the out-of-this-world lighting collection. Presented in the Milan design district of Brera, the lighting was exposed inside a listing building, a Grade II-listed building.
Called Observatory the new collection was showcased in a minimalist exhibition. A one of a kind collection, the brand brought four different designs for the Milan week. Focused solely on lighting, this was one of the most progressive works of the designer.
“[It is] Lee Broom’s most progressive work to date with new stellar-inspired designs playing with proportions of vertical and horizontal space, sculptural, spherical form, and the refraction and reflection of light.”
With distinctive names such as Eclipse, Orion, Aurora and Tidal the lighting designs all use LED. Some of the lamps are available in other categories such as Eclipse. You can find it as a chandelier, table and wall lamp. “All feature polished stainless-steel and acrylic discs, which create a soft diffused light.”
The designer claims “This new collection has been a fascinating journey for me. I wanted to create a celestial collection of sculptural lighting, which is progressive and experimental, using the latest LED technology.”
As a fundamental part of the designer’s work, lighting takes a special place. “Lighting is a fundamental part of my ethos as a designer and will always play a leading role in my work,” he adds.
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