Modo – the 15-year strong Italian lighting experts – channel beauty through its lighting work whether working with metal, fabric, blown glass or plastic. Available in Australia through Espo Lighting.
July 16th, 2018
Recognised internationally for its deep research and knowledge of natural materials and how to best harness them for inspired lighting designs, Modo has quickly become a premier name in the world of lighting. Renowned for its creative freedom in design processes, the resulting lighting products have been used in residential and commercial projects across the globe
With a passion for the creation of unprecedented lighting effects to create a strong decorative effect, Modo is a name synonymous with impact. With a design team driven by attention to detail and the creation of new and essential forms, it’s little wonder the team is winning over the design world.
One favourite at Indesign is the Futura Letter Y light, a playful piece ideal for a breakout room or designer-friendly contemporary residential space. Made from white polyethene and suitable for indoor and outdoor areas alike, this is a piece designed to grab attention.
From the charm of fabric to the strength of metal, from Murano blown glass to the universe of plastics, Modo explores the world of materials. Australian design lovers can secure their own Modo piece through the design lovers at Espo Lighting.
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