Arcluce at Euroluce 2023

The biennial Euroluce, which will take place from 18 to 23 April at Rho - FieraMilano, is the world's leading event in the lighting sector and offers lighting professionals, from lighting designers, architects, installers and electricians to design students, the opportunity to get to know the products and novelties presented by the companies up close. 

Arcluce will show its products for indoor and outdoor lighting in Hall 11, booth no. 125. A space to be discovered, recreating different, clearly identifiable environments, where it is possible to view the luminaires in their natural applications. An experience not to be missed to experience the world of technical lighting that meets design. 

Among the new products presented by Arcluce are:

  • PIXOL, the Range inspired by the geometric shapes of the cube, which includes four declinations of aesthetically coordinated luminaires: PIXOL ceiling and wall-mounted, for both indoor and outdoor lighting, bollard and outdoor floodlight;
  • MIKO Grande, the urban post-top luminaire that makes use of the most modern technologies at the complete service of the cities of the future, for the greatest energy savings, wall-mounted with a single or two-pole pole mount, or pole-mounted as part of the MIKO Range that includes lighting bollards and wall-mounted luminaires for indoor and outdoor lighting;
  • LECTRA VIZOR and LECTRA RIGO, the elegant office floor lamps with autonomously controlled bi-directional (direct/indirect) optics conceived and designed for smart offices and open spaces characterised by the presence of single and independent workstations.

The Euroluce 2023 edition presents a substantial novelty in terms of layout: the four dedicated pavilions, starting from a survey that involved several designers, have been designed with the visitor's experience in mind. A circular route on a single level that recalls the urban layout of a town, with streets, squares and spaces for gathering and relaxing. The "City of Lights", as it has been defined by the organisers of the Show, will in fact provide a "ring" route that stems from a very specific need: to facilitate the visitor's itinerary and allow him to view all the stands within a pavilion, without missing a single one.

Ample space will be given to important themes such as eco-sustainability and energy saving, declined both in the decorative and in the lighting sector, in whose perspective Arcluce is increasingly orienting its work, designing and manufacturing fixtures that use eco-sustainable technologies and components, in a use-repair-recycle approach.

Discover more about new products in the dedicated catalogues
Architectural Lighting EXTERIOR and Architectural Lighting INTERIOR 2023
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