DelightFULL is all packed up to fly to New York City for the BDNY 2016, taking the mid-century modern design and all the charm the brand always brings with their exquisite pieces for the hospitality industry.
The inspiration for this BDNY edition booth comes from the need to present new pieces and enhance the brand’s hospitality industry inspiration in their lighting design. Paulo Figueiredo, one of the brand’s designers, explains why:
“For our DelightFULL Stand this year we decided to go with a mid-Century approach. The mid-Century design from the 40’s and 50’s era is the period that DelightFULL is mostly inspired by and that is what we want to show here and take into the hospitality lighting industry. Classic aspects of this style include the wall’s bold colors. We also like to incorporate some shade of neutral tones to give it an aged and cold look to contrast with our shimmering golden pieces.”
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Throughout the years, DelightFULL has always surprised us and gone far beyond all expectations with their exhibitions at the tradeshow. From clear designs to some more bold bets, the lighting design brand has behaved well and now it isn’t the time to be a rookie. For this BDNY edition, the brand is showcasing, for the first time, the Hendrix Wall Lamp and Matheny XL Wall Lamp. Two new retro pieces designed for the hospitality industry interiors. The brand will also show a more noble and elegant side with the Donna Table Lamp, a classic of the mid-century modern design, perfectly suitable for any hotel lobby.
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DelightFULL will be showcasing in the Booth 204!
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