Nina Deldar


Luce Plan-News

Salone del Mobile. Milano| 18-23 April 2023

Luceplan Unveils New Collections at Euroluce/Fiera Rho-Pero

Salone del Mobile.
Milano| 18-23 April 2023

Luceplan, the renowned Italian lighting design company, made a grand return to the Euroluce/Fiera Rho-Pero exhibition this year with the presentation of its latest collections. The company showcased its new products in a stylish stand that presented individual pieces along with various configurations and compositional possibilities.

The theme of the exhibition was the “lighting system,” which was also the driving force behind Luceplan's new developments for 2023. The collections showcased at the fair included those by Alessandro Zambelli, Vantot, Daniel Rybakken, and Mandalaki. Luceplan's new collections were not only characterized by sophisticated technological research, but also by a keen focus on form. The products were refined, of premium quality, contemporary, and timeless in their style. Visitors to the exhibition were treated to a wide variety of products, from outdoor collections to new versions of the company’s acoustic solutions.

One of the highlights of the exhibition was the Illan wall lamp by Zsuzsanna Horvath, which was also on display. Luceplan's participation in the Euroluce/Fiera Rho-Pero exhibition was a testament to the company's commitment to innovation and design excellence. With its new collections, Luceplan has once again demonstrated its ability to blend cutting-edge technology with sophisticated design, creating products that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing

Romby Armchair

Designed by GamFratesi, 2023

One of the highlights of Porro's latest showcase was the Romby armchair, designed by GamFratesi in 2023. This armchair is the result of the transformation of the Romby chair, designed in 2020 and regarded as a Porro design manifesto object. The Romby armchair is designed for all-comprehensive use, opening up new possibilities in the home office and contract spaces.

The shapes of the upholstered shell of the Romby armchair seem to blossom, widening and rising to create armrests that release an unexpected sensation of softness and naturalness, without losing the lightness and essentiality of the original model. The truncated cone base has been replaced with four central wooden legs, providing practicality and a full suspended upper volume that seems to take flight in the name of hospitality and functionality.


Nina Deldar Project Manager/Interior Design, Charles Virone Concept
Master of Architecture - M.Arch., University Putra Malaysia
Master of Engineering - MEng, Construction Engineering Management-Concordia University



Salone Del Mobile 2023