Established in 1945 by the master Giuseppe Ostuni, Oluce is the oldest Italian lighting design company that is still active today. In fact, before the war there existed only Gino Sarfatti's Arteluce, which disappeared in the late '90s, while 1948 saw the birth of Azucena and Lamperti, followed by Arredoluce and Stilnovo in 1950. But for many years it was chiefly Arteluce, Azucena and Oluce that dominated the Italian scene, creating a hub for the designers - strongly engaged first in the reconstruction and later in the birth of series production - who animated the Milanese forum: Vittoriano Viganò and BBPR, Gigi Caccia Dominioni and Ignazio Gardella, Marco Zanuso and Joe Colombo.
For Antonangeli to free the light means to seek for the most logical edge, so that can be emotion and function in the same time. For Antonangeli to free the light means to seek for the most logical edge, so that can be emotion and function in the same time.
For nearly 30 years The Markuse Corporation has dedicated itself to celebrating the role architecture and design play in our daily lives
Dyberg-Larsen has been producing lamps since 2011 designed by Frank Kerdil. The collection includes lamps to suit any home, classic or minimalist.