For the last 50 years, LUMEN CENTER has relentlessly pursued excellence. Since the beginning, we have drawn inspiration and creative energy from international experiences and collaborations. However, our greatest strength lies in our exclusively Made in Italy production.
Quality materials, attention to detail, and artistry are the hallmarks of our company. Alongside our long history of traditional craftsmanship, LUMEN CENTER continues to experiment with new solutions and cutting-edge technology, breathing new life into creations where outstanding design blends perfectly with functionality.
We at Penta Light design and produce high-quality lamps, with a contemporary design which are 100% made in Italy. In the course of our history we have interpreted the ideas of sought-after and never predictable designers, transforming their vision into objects in which formal beauty meets functional utility.
In everything we do, we are inspired by the art of master craftsmen, who put their heart, skill and knowledge into the service of their skilled hands.
While remaining faithful to our origins, we experiment with new solutions and thanks to the development and use of cutting-edge technology we are able to enrich our tradition with new expressive and aesthetic codes.
Arredoluce was founded in Monza in 1943 by Angelo Lelii, an entrepreneur and designer guided by the idea of creating a strong and dynamic company, capable of carrying on the legacy of Made in Italy throughout the world. The focus of production, luminous furniture, was born and developed among many design pieces that have become true icons of the sector over the years. Today Arredoluce is reborn within the Penta group, under the aegis of great masters of the past and contemporary tributes aimed at enhancing its value and stylistic potential.
A variation of shapes that arise from a common dna to mutate in space. A collection of lamps that is divided into the different arrangement of the few basic elements that compose it. One or more tubes of different lengths as the body of the luminaire, a luminous sphere, possibly a circular base or a support cable.
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Faithful to its decision to reinstate the special role of metal in design and experimentation, De Castelli infuses artisan ideas and workmanship into industrial processes, leading to entirely original results. The encounter with design inspires an approach to materials founded upon respect for their potential, be it hidden or obvious, which emerges slowly in a collection of pieces that, despite being part of a series, remain unique.
Unique not only for the hand that has created them, but also for the singular cultural path that focuses on the aesthetic (and not just practical) value of the primordial material with which De Castelli shapes living spaces which includes lighting.