Slamp’s desire to share the unique beauty of handcrafted illumination Made in Italy despite the grave difficulties presented by Covid pushed the company to participate in the Architect@Work Paris 2020 trade show.
Slamp’s unique products not only illuminated Stand 13 in Hall B, but two large dining and lounge areas.
Architect Miguel Arruda’s luminous, modular ceiling Nuvem illuminated an area; the one-metter hexagonal units can be connected in endless combinations, giving interior designers the freedom and flexibility to create unique installations.
The other space hosted Slamp’s iconic Clizia Mama Non Mama; designer Adriano Rachele brought the flurry or romantic, luminous petals to light in 2013, adding numerous versions to the collection over the years.
Slamp’s CEO Roberto Ziliani states, “This is another move towards Contract Design, an evolutionary strategy already in play during the last Salone del Mobile. The company’s aesthetics and design knowledge combine with rapid yet flexible manufacturing, making bespoke projects a valuable tool in the Contract field.”
The A@W Paris 2020 jury selected two innovative projects for Slamp’s Stand 13: award-winning Architect Zaha Hadid’s AVIA Edition Capsule Collection, and the Slamp R&D Team’s HUGO, a techno-decorative system that allows for up to seven, 1-metre units to be connected using a single electrical output.