Moto-Terraluce has been shortlisted for the Lighting Design Awards 2019

We are delighted to announce that our Moto-Terraluce has been shortlisted by the jury of the Lighting Design Awards 2019 (LDA) in the Architectural Luminaire Exterior category!

We would like to share this achievement at the Lighting Design Awards 2019 with our partners Casambi and Lumenetix.

Moto-Terraluce is the first outdoor motorized fixture and do not need post-tailings once already installed.
The CASAMBI app allow the user to redirect the beam of the light in a simply and efficient way, without the need to call an electrician to reopen the appliance, facing the risk of potential gasket loosening and consequentially condensation bubbles forming on the interior glass.

formalighting debuts at Euroluce

Euroluce, the International Lighting Exhibition part of the “Salone del Mobile”, runs every two years since 1976

formalighting debuts at Euroluce, Salone del Mobile.

For the first time formalighting will participate in euroluce, the most avant-garde trade fair in the field of decorative lighting. We will present our brand new series of elegant and innovative decorative products.

Euroluce, the International Lighting Exhibition part of the “Salone del Mobile”, runs every two years since 1976 and presents the most innovative solutions in the field of decorative light.

From 9 to 14 of April visit our booth Hall13F12 at Fiera Milano-Rho. Come and discover our stunning new decorative luminaires created by renowned designer such as Giuseppe Maurizio Scutellà and Franco Mirenzi.

discover more about Euroluce here.


#Balance for better

WOMEN IN LIGHTING is an inspirational digital platform that profiles women working in the field of lighting design. It aims to promote their passion and achievements, narrate their career path and goals, celebrate their work and therefore help elevate their profile in the lighting community.

The project is supported by individual female lighting designers in 50+ different countries. The WOMEN IN LIGHTING ambassadors are a point of contact in each location for anyone seeking to find out more about the project. The project also includes those working in related lighting fields such as education, journalism and manufacturing.

WOMEN IN LIGHTING is not about gender inequality but about inclusivity and how this is beneficial to the profession as a whole.

Meet the team behind this initiative here.