Luminaire to exhibit works by Konstantin Grcic and Piero Lissoni at Design Miami


Dezeen promotion: design firm Luminaire is internet hosting an exhibition at its Miami Design District showroom that includes works by industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, architect and designer Piero Lissoni and designer Ann Demeulemeester.

Piero Lissoni’s The Uncollected Assortment can be among the many objects within the exhibit

The Luminaire Lab exhibition will open on Thursday 5 December 2019 to coincide with this 12 months’s Art Basel and Design Miami occasions.

Designs from Lissoni‘s limited-edition The Uncollected Collection, which he created for product design firm Living Divani, will occupy the home windows of the storefront on 3901 NE 2nd Avenue.

The fragile designs are produced from black metal rod and aluminium

The Uncollected Assortment was produced to have fun each Dwelling Divani’s 50th anniversary, and Lissoni’s 30th anniversary as artwork director.

Objects within the collection comply with within the minimal, up to date model of the Italian architect and designer, who can also be artwork director of Dwelling Divani. They embody the fragile Sedia chairs produced from slender parts of black metal rod and aluminium.

Konstantin Grcic’s modular, mouth-blown lighting collection created for Flos are additionally included within the showcase

Luminaire Lab’s second degree in Miami will hosts modular, mouth-blown lighting that German designer Grcic created for Italian model Flos.

Referred to as Ncotambule, the items includes cylindrical see-through glass modules stacked on prime of each other, with the lighting threaded in between. Luminaire stated they are going to be virtually “invisible” throughout the day, however will gentle up the showroom at night time.

Referred to as Ncotambule, they comprise stacks of cylindrical glass blocks with lighting threaded in between

The blocks will be stacked to kind completely different in size, and are available as both pendants or standing variations.

The tip modules additionally differ to incorporate from cylindrical volumes, triangular varieties and bowl shapes.

Luminaire Lab has additionally chosen items from designer Ann Demeulemeester’s first homeware assortment

Luminaire has additionally chosen items that Demeulemeester created with Belgian furnishings and homeware model Serax. The series launched this year and marks the Belgian trend designer first homeware and lighting assortment.

The model has chosen the Dé porcelain wares comprising 4 sizes of dinner plates, 5 sizes of bowls, espresso cups, common cups and a milk jug.

Demeulemeester teamed with Serax to create the set, which additionally consists of sculptural glasses

Demeulemeester’s Glasses collection, together with water glasses, champagne coupes and flutes, wine glasses and tumblers in clear and inexperienced glass, may even be offered.

The exhibition can be held within the Luminaire Lab showroom at 3901 NE 2nd Avenue in Miami, Florida with a gap reception happening Thursday 5 December 2019.