LIGHTING Portfolio


The World of Interiors: 
The lamps they make and furniture they design also reflect their origins rather than their current surroundings. Far from London igniting his imagination, Polveroni explains that he finds it easier to ignore the surrounding jumble of ideas. “You become so aware of what’s around, that you can’t concentrate on your own stuff. It kind of pollutes things”

The ART of LIGHT


The Wall Street Journal Europe:
Arty metalwork in a modern mode, from furniture to lamps. We liked the tall, thin lamps with a clutch of Matisse-like dancing figures at the top that cast huge shadows on the wall.

The editors of this top-class newspaper are unmistakably right in pointing to the expressionist art as a reference to this collection. This art movement, and even more significantly – earlier impressionism, and RPLG are interested in playful visionary offered by spells of light. Riccardo’s and Leon’s intention for this collection was to explore the possibilities that light and shadow offer in creating perfectly stylish, yet intimate, ambiance.c materials.

ART AND CRAFT


Riccardo’s work helps to make space and place more intimate. Lamps were always used to create positive and personal feelings, and RPLG work is no exception to this.

Craft and art of Riccardo’s LIGHTING designs INCLUDE MAKS LIGHTS, SHADOW LAMPS, CANDELABRAS, LIGHTBOXES, AND TABLE LAMPS.