Geometric Sensibilities at Luminaire Chicago

Tuesday, June, 16, 2015

On June 16, 2015 Luminaire Chicago announced the expansion of its Soft Furnishings collection and exhibited a collection of geometrically inspired design pieces during NeoCon® 2015 revealing good design in honest forms.

Luminaire’s expansion of its Soft Furnishings collection offers a wide variety of window treatments and floor coverings from Kinnasand, and Raf Simons collection of textiles for Kvadrat transporting you to a sensorial and magical ambiance with its rich exploration of structure, texture, and colors. The vibrant and varied exhibit also included new pieces such as Nendo’s Offset-Frame collection from Osaka based Kokuyo, and Marc Thorpe’s Husk collection from Moroso.

In attendance were several design luminaries such as Jeffrey Bernett, Marc Thorpe, and Jeffrey Osborne among others. Continuing to evolve, Luminaire is proud to now offer a vast selection of soft furnishings creating complete environments that affect people’s lives. The diverse selection of geometrically inspired and curated products for this exhibition proves the company’s leading role in offering its audience the best in contemporary design that is in harmony with the latest experimental and innovative creations of our time.

Luminaire is proud to encourage interaction of what constitutes good design with exhibitions, lectures and other education endeavors in our showrooms and online.