(IM)POSSIBLE NATURES: Foscarini at Milan Design Week 2023


An immersive installation at Foscarini Spazio Monforte and a  colorful and essential stand at Euroluce: two destinations at Milan Design Week to discover the new collections by Foscarini. New light ideas with a central focus on the brand’s design freedom driven by experimentation.

Long-term collaborations that move forward along with new partnerships, experimentation on shapes and materials, with a constant emphasis on the product and the expressive possibilities offered by various types of workmanship. During Milan Design Week 2023, Foscarini presents the new collections inside the updated framework of Euroluce (pav.11 – stand 106) and the FuoriSalone at Foscarini Spazio Monforte, with two installations created by Ferruccio Laviani.




(IM)POSSIBLE NATURES: a wild garden takes over Spazio Monforte


The installation (IM)POSSIBLE NATURES – designed by Ferruccio Laviani – is one of the go-to destinations of Milan Design Week 2023. An immersive installation where a natural world – made up of grass, herbs, and uncultivated plants – seems to have taken over. Visitors are invited to actively participate in the experience by getting carried away by imagination to an almost dreamlike context. In the middle the space: FREGIO, the new lamp designed by Andrea Anastasio. All around it: the greenery. An unexpected urban oasis within the frenzy of Milan Design Week. A space where human craftsmanship and the beauty of nature merge.

Open 18— 23 April 2023 H 10/20

Press Preview 16 April 2023 H 15/19 —17 April 2023 H 10/19


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EUROLUCE 2023 — Hall 11 Stand 106


Euroluce 2023 will be very different from the previous ones, with a complete rethinking of the layout of the light fair based on a project by Lombardini 22. A loop-shaped plan will optimise routes taking into the pavillions elementsthat are typical of city spaces to foster the creation networks and community. An ideal city, enriched by interdisciplinary and experiential cultural content, exhibitions, talks, workshops and installations. Foscarini will present the product novelties in a stand designed by Ferruccio Laviani. Colorful, essential, functional: the layout is conceived to give full visibility and properly showcase each of the new models

HALL 11 | STAND 106 18 — 23 April 2023 H 9.30/18.30


Not only product: Foscarini participates in the schedule of cultural activities at Salone del Mobile 2023 with a special workshop that investigates light, Italian design and the craftsmanship behind the creation of some of the most beloved products in the collection.

Shedding Light on Mastery
Exploring the Art and Craftsmanship of Foscarini 

HALL 15 | Area Workshop 20 Aprile 2023 H 16:00


Foscarini Product News


The narrative Foscarini conveys to its audience in the presentation of the new collections develops in three precise directions, all pertaining to the DNA of the company: the continuity of long-term collaborations with creatives and designers; the curiosity towards new languages and talents; and the research on materials aimed to solve project challenges and find new expressive possibilities.


Designed by Andrea Anastasio in collaboration with Bottega Gatti, FREGIO represents Foscarini’s attitude towards exploring new expressive languages in lighting design, also approaching different materials. Made of a section of a ceramic floral bas-relief, the lamp is presented as suspension and wall lamp offering light directed both downwards and upwards. (Image below)


Rodolfo Dordoni presents two new projects of table lamps. CHAPEAUX, A family of table lamps with three different diffusers of different shapes and materials (metal, blown glass, porcelain) that seem to float in the void sustained by a transparent pyrex base (image below). And FLEUR a battery-powered wireless lamp that combines decoration and functionality: it illuminates but is also a small vase where you can put some water and a fresh flower.


Ludovica+Roberto Palomba continue their research on blown glass presenting HOBA, an organic-shaped family of lamps, asymmetric and irregular.


Foscarini also confirms its talent-scouting attitude, presenting PLI: a lamp designed by the young Danish designer Felicia Arvid, making her debut in the world of lighting.


And finally, the architects Oscar and Gabriele Buratti present ANOOR a wall and ceiling solution with a high emotional impact which plays with the two souls – technical and decorative – of light. An answer for all architects and interior designers who are looking for solutions that are at the same time decorative and functional.