Luxiona Group illuminates the spaces of Mandalay and Valentine at Casa Decor

Luxiona Group illuminates the spaces of Mandalay and Valentine at Casa Decor

The Luxiona Group, a leading company in professional lighting solutions in the hospitality, retail, office and health&care sectors, among others, is present at Casa Decor through its Metalarte and Troll brands. The company has collaborated in the spaces of Valentine (P2-25) and Fran Cassinello (P3-51). 

The exhibition, which opened its doors on 5 March in Madrid, this year focuses on Sustainability. Luxiona adheres to the main theme of the exhibition, as it offers innovative products of high quality, backed by maximum respect for the environment.

Luminaires by Metalarte and Troll illuminate the bedroom area of the La Chambre Enchantress suite, a space designed by the Mandalay studio of Fran Cassinello. Inspired by the European and North American golden age of the 50s and 70s to create a functional and aesthetic suite, natural and noble materials have been used, as well as indirect and warm lighting. 

In its tabletop version, the modern and versatile Pamela, designed by Ramón Úbeda and Otto Canalda, has a practical touch dimmer with a perfect position light for the desk. The Frank by Lázaro Rosa Violán is located on a small table next to the sofa, as it is ideal as ambient light.

On the other side of the sofa, a standing Copacabana that surprises with its simplicity, colour and glossy finish. Designed by Jaime Hayon, it gives a modern and very elegant touch. To finish, the room is crowned by a customised version in Artshape gold finish, a mix of classic and contemporary, which fits perfectly with the concept of the space.

The Luxiona Group's luminaires make this space an intimate place that displays the latest trends in decoration. 

CuldeSac has designed the Valentine space, a synaesthetic space in collaboration with the chocolate artist Mario Padial, where painting is raised to the level of Haute Cuisine. Through sight, touch, hearing... Haute Couture awakens the senses. 

Several Sentry lighting systems, by Metalarte, and designed by Paul and Christopher Massie, have been installed. They are direct and indirect light suspension lamps, available in ten different colours. CuldeSac has opted for white, in total harmony with the general atmosphere of the space.

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