Foscarini Lighting

July 10th, 2015 by retail design blog

There are few consumer product companies that focus as intently on their printed catalogs as Foscarini. Other than producing some of the most compelling lighting in the interior design space, the Italian label has been publishing since 2002 with help from some of the industry’s most talented creatives. Its “bookzines” are closer to a photography book than your standard IKEA catalog.


The latest to hit the shelf is called “Ritratti,” a set of striking portraits highlighting Foscarni’s outdoor collections as captured by photographers like Tommaso Sartori. Foscarini’s version of the time-tested catalog is unique in that details like price and tech-specs are absent — the lighting renders as art rather than goods for sale. We will let the imagery above speak for itself. Learn more and shop creative lighting solutions at Foscarini.


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