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Lladró presents Belle de Nuit, its new collection of lamps, at Euroluce 2013

The Spanish art porcelain brand, Lladró, premieres a new concept of porcelain lamps updating classic chandeliers and decorating them in a striking palette of colors. The Belle de Nuit collection has been launched at the International Lighting Exhibition in Milan, together with a selection of décor and lighting products from Lladró. Lladró has shined with its own light at Euroluce 2013. Famous worldwide for its figurines, Lladró is currently celebrating its 60th anniversary with its sights set on the future and with a strong focus on its lighting fixtures which have been viewed in Milan from 9 through 14 April. The lighting industry’s benchmark show is the chosen setting for the world premiere of Lladró’s Belle de Nuit collection. The new line of ceiling, tabletop and wall lamps is made in porcelain and comes in various formats and colors in tune with happening trends in interiors and home décor. The concept for this new collection is based on the classic crystal chandelier, updating it not only in terms of the material used, but also changing the expressive language. This reinterpretation gives rise to contemporary lamps in different sizes and models which fit in to perfection with all kinds of interior styles, and in which porcelain and color play an important role. The sensation Lladró lamps transmit in comparison with those made in other materials is the greater sense of warmth. The inviting and comforting effect of porcelain is enhanced in this new collection with the use of porcelain lampshades, known as lithophanes, instead of the usual textile shades. When they are lit, the transparency of the porcelain brings out the designs etched on the surface, creating a subtle lighting with a very evocative effect. However, the most striking feature of the Belle de Nuit collection is the application of the original Lladró palette of colors, surprising us with a wide spectrum that ranges from the sober version in white to a multicolored version, as well as pure tones, combinations of colors and gradated tones. With this new line Lladró is taking another step forward, consolidating its range of lighting and décor products. Porcelain lamps which boast the differential values imbued by the artistic qualities of this noble material and the brand’s creative capacity. Like all Lladró creations, the pieces on exhibit at Euroluce 2013 are handcrafted at The City of Porcelain, in Tavernes Blanques (Valencia). There, around one thousand people give life to the creations that Lladró exports to over 120 countries on the five continents. With sixty years already to its credit, the brand continues making all its pieces following the same entirely artisan process that has won it worldwide fame. Source: Lladró Read more news related Lladró published at Infurma Visitar la web de Lladró
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