Gallery: Designers Unveil Dazzling Low-Energy Lights at Euroluce 2013 D...

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Arihiro Miyake was inspired by Japanese culture and natural elements when creating these lamps for Nemo. The collection is called "Into the Wind," and the lamps look as if they've been shaped by gusts and gales over the passing of time. The lamps are available in suspended and standing models.

The 2013 Euroluce exhibition during Milan Design Week featured striking light installations that balance high technology with emotive aesthetics and intangibility with functionality. These might seem like opposing concepts, but they are two faces of the same coin. This year designers showcased an incredible range of energy-efficient lights that open new possibilities for the timeless interplay between light and shadow – read on for a first look!

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