A new collection of inherently sculptural forms that seamlessly transcend from inside to out.
Articolo have recently launched their first outdoor collection. The collection embodies the design intention of the studio’s established collections through simplicity of form, materiality and an enduring aesthetic appeal while being re-engineered to withstand the rigours of outdoor environments.
The launch includes six re-engineered established collections – Moni, Lumi, Eclipse, Slim, Float, Domi and Duo Fizzi, plus the return of Occhi and a new Solo collection.
“These pieces have the capacity to conjure a sense of arrival,” says Nicci Green, Articolo founder and creative director. “They’re beautifully crafted and able to instantly create atmospheric enhancement.”
The inherently sculptural forms and defining hallmarks of Articolo transcend seamlessly from indoor to outdoor spaces, creating atmospheric enhancement within organic and built exteriors, with subtlety, scale and sublime artisanal craftsmanship.
Envisioning the new outdoor collections in context, Articolo engaged with renowned Melbourne-based architect Adam Kane, who shares a cohesive minimalist aesthetic with Articolo. In successfully realising each project, Adam believes integrating a holistic approach is critical to ensuring a considered coherence between the architecture, interiors and landscape. “The Articolo design intention is perfectly manifested in Adam’s spaces,” Nicci says. “It’s a great canvas to showcase Articolo lights.”