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Touch the light, move it round, make it come to life
Elastica is a new concept in lighting where interaction is the key word
You can connect the ceiling with the floor, move the base around, change the positon of the strip of light, almost as if playing with it. A quick, determined gesture turns the light on and off; other, slower gestures change the intensity of the beam of light.
The poetry of Richard Neutra
A strong connection with the USA
Martinelli Luce has long been an iconic company of Italian design thanks to lamps such as Pipistrello, Cobra and Ruspa. This peculiarity which is in the company DNA also has a strong connection with the USA, thanks to the collaboration with Richard Neutra and the production of two lamps, Marx (1928) and V.D.L. (1931).
A captivating tale
Martinelli Luce is synonymous of the history of Italian design
Retrace with us almost 70 years of activity in the creation of iconic products, the collaboration with major international designers, and a mission to be championed still today: to leave an essential and creative mark among the brands that have made Italian style a Lovemark throughout the world.
brian sironi, 2009-2019
Elica celebrates its first 10th birthday in 2019
Conceived in 2009 by the talented designer Brian Sironi and produced that same year by Martinelli Luce, it immediately made a name for itself by winning the Compasso d’Oro and numerous other international awards thanks to the minimalism and linearity that make it a truly unique object on the market.
Elio Martinelli and Martinelli Luce
The book published by Electa is the biography of the founder of Martinelli Luce
Not only does it retrace his 50 years of activity, but also tells the behind-the-scenes, the collaborations, the thoughts and ideas at the base of the creation of the company’s most iconic products that have written the history of Italian design. The biography, written by his daughter Emiliana Martinelli, today at the helm of the company, is also a way to find out more about the trends in design from 1965 to today from a different point of view.
emiliana martinelli, 1968/2018
A special version of Cobra, an interpretation by Emiliana Martinelli, a tribute to her father. Cobra Scorpius, produced in an exclusive night-blue shade, is characterized by a series of holes on the cap representing the constellation of Scorpio, Elio’s zodiac sign.
Martinelli Luce has been investing for years in technology and in tools that can improve our way of experiencing the home and interacting with light, such as augmented reality and 3D. Within the product data sheets it is possible to rotate, zoom and move our products so as to observe them from all angles and display them in all the finishes (if available) and their dimensions. Furthermore you can download the 3D models of the products and use them in your rendering or design work. Through the collaboration with SayDuck, it is possible to contextualize, through the app that can be downloaded for free from Apple Store or Google Play, some of our lamps within the living spaces thanks to augmented reality.
Martinelli Luce has been a partner of Dial for several years, a leading company in the production of professional tools and software (Dialux line) used by architects and designers from all over the world for the calculation, design and visualization of lighting. Through the Dial plug-in, downloadable from our site, it is possible to use the 3D models of the lamps present in our catalog, accompanied by a photometric curve, within the Dialux program to carry out lighting calculations and renderings and export the calculation results into programs CAD type Revit, AutoCad, ArchiCAD, etc.