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A sight to behold: The magic of expressive lighting

In a magical lighting installation designed by STUDIOX3, Stylecraft extends their European offering with an exciting new collaboration with Italian powerhouse, Artemide.

A sight to behold: The magic of expressive lighting

This year, Stylecraft introduces their latest partnership with Italian lighting luminary Artemide, with a magical lighting installation throughout Melbourne and Sydney showrooms. 

Designed by STUDIOX3, the artful exhibition showcases the timeless and expressive luminosity of Artemide designs. Inspired by the relationship between man, light and its environments, the latest collaboration between Stylecraft and Artemide brings a fresh and playful perspective to light fittings – one that is truly a sight to behold. 

Founded by the late Ernesto Gismondi in 1960, Artemide has continued to deliver innovative excellence to the world of lighting products for over six decades. A mainstay in the world of lighting design, Artemide creates products that are not only inimitably beautiful, but are also a celebratory expression of sustainable, considered design. Driven by next generation technology and old wisdoms, the Artemide approach is thoughtfully progressive, but stays true to its Italian heritage. 

Product-led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on the exceptional designers and brands across the Into-Pacific region. Dive in and explore the Indesign Edit on the illuminating beauty of Artemide. 

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