The prize was awarded by an independent jury composed of architects, designers, influencers, creative directors, style experts and prominent figures in the world of design and architecture, together with the Archiproducts editorial team.
The criteria used included parameters of aesthetics, innovation, technical manufacture, sustainability and concept, among other things.
Cylinda is a table lamp formed from two cylinders of different dimensions and thicknesses. The first, which is slimmer and taller, becomes the base supporting the second unit, a large, slender disc that forms the light-shade, with a LED light source shining beneath it. In the words of the designers, the essential forms of this design aim: “to eliminate, not to add anything that is not absolutely necessary: this was the mantra guiding the design of the lamp; with its quiet presence, it succeeds in creating a positive atmosphere that can transform everyday routine into everyday poetics.”
Cylinda captures the attention with its strong, poetic presence, maintaining a minimalist sophistication with its clean outlines and use of geometric shapes, fully reflecting the Oluce DNA.