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Lighting is an essential part of a workspace. Good lighting increases productivity, focus and performance. It reduces eye strain and headaches while creating a satisfying workspace, improving well-being and optimizing creativity.

The Miira Table lamp with Opal White mouth-blown glass is a perfect option for an office. The Opal White glass spreads comfortable light while providing soft illumination that is convenient for the eyes.

The Apiales chandelier is suitable for office spaces as the 9 or 18 mouth-blown glass globes spread good quality lighting that has a positive impact on well-being while working. Ceiling lamps add ambient illumination, creating an excellent office setting paired with table lamps.

The Blossi Table lamp with integrated LED is an excellent choice for office spaces. LED lighting is innovative and energy-efficient. It consumes 75% less energy than traditional bulbs, lasts longer and is environmentally friendly. High quality LED lights influences productivity and create a healthy work environment. Blossi Table comes with a dimmer, making it possible to adjust the light to needs and lighting conditions.


Reflections Copenhagen / Home scents

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Reflections Copenhagen team has unveiled their newest take on crystal decór. The Home Scents, a line of scented candles named Sofie, Laura, Clara and Rebecca, all representing the new era for the brand. With this expansion, the collection combines striking visuals and intriguing scents.

Giardini Wallcoverings / Chromalin collection

Chromalin collection is a simple plain inspired by metals will catch the light of your interior and give it a subtle sheen. You’ll have the choice between fourteen colors: sophisticated neutral tones as silver, grey, beige, brown and gold, and soft hues of blue and green. The seams are lightly visible. These wallcoverings are stain repellent and fire retardant, so suitable for hospitality and any other project.

Reflections Copenhagen / Glasses collection

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It has been a dream of Andrea Larsson, co-founder and designer of Reflections Copenhagen, to create crystal glasses. Finally her dream came true, and we could not be more happy about it. The glasses are unique and quirky, allowing you to set a beautiful table and creating a mesmerizing table-setting universe.
These glasses are used for wine, water, whichever liquid; any excuse one can find to get hands on them. It seems like, when drinking from an exquisite glass, the whole experience is elevated, and who does not want that?

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Sixty-nine days in the name of Vito Nesta

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DIARY OF A DESIGNER - ‘Sixty-nine days in the name of Vito Nesta’

Exhibition curated by Alessandro Valenti and Luca Parodi

18 June – 26 September 2021

On Thursday 17 June the exhibition Diary of a designer will be opened at the Palazzo Reale in Genoa. ‘Sixty-nine days in the name of Vito Nesta,’ curated by Alessandro Valenti and Luca Parodi, is the first exhibition of the museum dedicated to a contemporary designer, in collaboration with the Department of Architecture and Design of the University of Genoa. The exhibition is part of the Genoa Design Week program scheduled from 17 to 21 June 2021.

The exhibition shows the designer's work in two exhibition modes that retraces the experience during the days of the lockdown and, on the other mode - pay homage to the Genoese residence through contemporary objects and furnishings put in dialogue with the historical pieces of the museum.

The first mode is installation. In the Galleria degli Specchi, a table - which is also a metaphor for the laid table - collects one hundred dishes created in the sixty-nine days of isolation spent at home, using ceramics like the pages of a diary.

The second exhibition mode is mimetic and sees the sign of Vito Nesta infiltrates the rooms of the museum, giving life to a subtle game of references and mimesis. The experience unfolds along the finely decorated rooms with stucco and frescoes, where the observer unwittingly finds himself searching for and discovering the objects created by the designer.



Born in Puglia and Milanese by adoption, Vito Nesta graduated in Interior Design in Florence. Designer, art director, interior decorator and craftsman, Vito Nesta is animated by a great curiosity for the most diverse cultures. The journey is the constant of his education, always in search of images suspended between design and craftsmanship that he understands as a wise culture of making and soul of creativity. He is interested in everything that revolves around design thinking, ranging from graphics to architecture, from photography to painting. He has collaborated with Cadriano, Devon & Devon, Effetto Vetro, Fratelli Majello, Imarika, Karpeta, Les-Ottomans, Riva 1920, Roche Bobois, Sanbonet, Texturae, Limonta, EXTO, Upholstery Drimina, San Patrignano and Secondome Edizioni. In 2018 he founded his personal brand Grand Tour.

ABOUT | PHI rooms

Phi Rooms is a sales organization founded in January 2017 by Filippo Leonessa and active in the Eastern European countries. It comes from an interior design background, and with the mission of promoting excellence in the world of textiles, wall coverings, wallpaper, carpets, design furniture, accessories, decorative lighting. It also aims to discover, reveal, promote valorize new brands and eclectic talents in interior decoration and product design.


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