Loewe Lamps Exhibition Shines Light on Artistry and Innovation at Milan Design Week

During Milan Design Week, the fashion house Loewe showcased a unique collection of lamps created by 24 international artists, each incorporating a wide range of materials such as birch twigs, horsehair, leather and Japanese washi paper. The exhibition, titled Loewe Lamps, was held in a single room at the historic Palazzo Citterio in Milan’s Brera district. Know more about it on FURNITURE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (FDT). Originally established as a leather-making craft collective in the 19th century, Loewe invited artists from around the world to design lamps for the exhibition. According to Jonathan Anderson, founder of JW Anderson and head of Loewe, the artists experimented with the properties of each material to create unexpected interactions with light. One of the featured artists, South African ceramicist Andile Dyalvane, crafted bulbous lighting using glass and clay, with yellow- Read More.........


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