Oluce has won the prestigious Archiproducts Design Awards prize also this year.
Ilo, the lighting range designed by Madrid designer David Lopez Quincoces, won the 2019 prize in the Lighting category.
An independent jury, made up of prominent figures from the design and architecture world alongside the Archiproducts editorial team, judged the new Oluce product to fully satisfy their judging criteria of aesthetics, innovation and sustainability.
Ilo impresses with its architectural references and exceptionally clean lines: an object of multifaceted beauty whose subtle decorative spirit and exquisite finishes can fit into different of settings and styles.
The Ilo range has three variations: suspension lamp, rise and fall suspension lamp, and wall light.
In the Ilo suspension lamp, the bar is divided into two parts by colour. The first gives the effect of a handle, while the second houses the long LED bulb. The generous size of this model is in harmonious contrast with its slim profile.
In the rise and fall version, the bar – re-proportioned and set vertically – moves lightly on a steel wire, fixed to the ceiling and held in suspension by a floor-skimming weight, creating reflections and light play.
The Ilo wall lamp, keeping the same size as the rise and fall version, is mounted on the wall via a square plate, whose pivot allows movement in any direction, offering a variety of aesthetic and practical lighting options, as the fixture itself also rotates 90°.