Danese Milano - poetic Italian design
Already in 1957, Bruno Danese and Jacqueline Vodoz founded the Milan-based company that stands for unobtrusive as well as original design from Italy. In 1999, the company was then taken over by Carlotta de Bevilacqua. The portfolio of Danese Milano today consists of the categories lighting, living and working; the lights and lamps by the Milan label are not only attractive due to their almost poetic expressive power
but also due to their high quality and an environment-friendly manufacturing process. An example for the elegant and plain design of Danese Milano is the Falkland Sospensione pendant light
, a classic designed by the artist Bruno Munari which has been manufactured since 1964 and still has lost none of its fascinating appeal.
Due to its creative design which involves white, elastic circular knitted fabric being pulled over an aluminium frame, the Danese Milano Falkland light was even included in the exhibition of the Milan design museum La Trienale di Milano. The Falkland pendant lamp by Danese Milano with its diffuse mood light emitted in all directions is perfectly suited for use in the living room, the dining room as well as the bedroom.Danese Milano lights – design with numerous influences
In order to always be open to new influences Danese Milano cooperates with renowned designers that have different sources of inspiration. The timelessly beautiful Danese Milano Amami table lamp made of fire-proof polycarbonate, for instance, gained particular popularity. This light that instantly catches the eye with its original mushroom shape is a minimalist piece by the Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa. The practical as well as graceful Danese Eleuthera Tavolo table lamp
by Massimo Mariani impresses by its unobtrusive, pleasantly reduced design that lets the function take precedence. The Danese Milano Two Flags Terra LED floor lamp created by the star designers Ernesto Gismondi and Neil Poulton convinces with its two-sided light emission that can be rotated as well as adjusted in height. The Danese floor lamp
equipped with 84 LEDs with a power of 0.42 watts each additionally received the LEED® certification which stands for high energy savings, a low emission level and therefore also for active environment protection.
Danese Milano lights not only provide for effective, needs-oriented lighting but also represent a clear commitment to sophisticated design. Having started with workshops for individual objects, the Italian company now has offices all over the world. Furthermore, the Danese Milano showroom at the Piazza San Fedele attracts connoisseurs and experts as well as people interested in design to come and personally take a look at the floor lamps, the ceiling lights
, the pendant lights and the wall lights
which all stand out for their creativity and high-quality materials.