Above is Wireflow by Arik Levy for Vibia. Three were hanging over the desk on their stand. It is as if someone is drawing in the air. They look two dimensional, though an unexpected effect is to increase awareness of the space that they are in. They are big:
Earlier that day, we had been delighted by Davide Groppi's N-euro by Beppe Merlano. That is it going up the wall in the back of this picture taken on their stand:
You get the lighting body on one end of a lot of black cable, with a plug to go into a socket at the other end. The round wall attachments allow you to draw across the wall and ceiling, the pattern depending upon where you choose to put them.
But it is not one swalowe that bryngeth in somer. Any more than two lights make a trend. But a third...? This was Michael Anastassiades for Flos -- String Light:
We are indebted to Domus for this explanation:
It looked absolutely fabulous:
and here is his Sorry Giotto:
He adds another -- almost secret -- level of interest, because the discs are not black, as you'd expect, but copper hand painted with blue.
Such minimal graphic designs in lesser hands could be/will be boring and become a cliché. But here we have four truly stunning pieces.