Beyond the trends, the quality is still synonym of design?

LightsOn is the place where design and production of quality design furniture become democratically accessible. This design is the result of direct collaboration between renowned designers (such as Luciano Marson, Gianni Antoniali, Edoardo Gellner, Barazzuol / Malisan and Hans Coray) and master craftsmen whose valuable experience allows the realization of our ambitious projects.

Today it’s a value building a bridge between the wisdom of tradition and the dynamism and communication tools of the present; preserving the craftsmanship is a constitutive part of a proper philosophy, even before valuable support during production.

A project, then, that identifies a rare reconciliation of heterogeneous elements, underlying the aspiration to be able to propose a vision for the future.

Respect for sustainability and belief in the need to play a social function are items that, once again link up the traditional values with contemporary tendency, now unavoidable, towards ecological models.

This trend joins the special attention LightsOn dedicates to the selection of natural materials, which are simultaneously being studied and essential components of the conceptual elaboration, aimed at offering unique products, to create a refinement that can revitalize all furniture, for timeless projects.

Find out more on http://www.lightson.it/en/

Lightson - L16
The L16 chair was exhibited for the first time to the general public at the Milan Triennale Museum during the W. Women in Design exhibition.

 

Lightson - L58
The upholstered chair L58 was originally designed by Edoardo Gellner for public premises in 1958 and from this was given its product name.

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