Lamps „made in Poland”
A Brief History of the Polish Lamp
The history of the lamp begins with the gas lamps that lit up the streets of London in 1809. Seventy years later, on October 21, 1879, the first electric light bulb designed by Thomas Alva Edison was lit. Between these events, for many years, starting from 1853, houses were illuminated by kerosene lamps invented by a Pole. Ignacy Łukasiewicz, a Polish chemist, pharmacist and entrepreneur living in Lviv, created a lamp that took over the lighting of private homes.
The Polish design of lamps began with a hanging kerosene lamp, for which in 1925, at an exhibition in Paris, Poles received as many as 5 Gran Prix awards and 70 gold medals.
Lamps „Made in Poland”
Today, the world of lamps creates the character of our flats and houses. Polish design successfully competes with foreign production. “Made in Poland” lamps are modern and functional, they impress with their aesthetics and quality of workmanship, as evidenced by many awards and distinctions received at international exhibitions and fairs.
The company LABRA is ahead of global trends. It creates simple, minimalistic and very elegant designs. The Xilo collection is a perfectionist’s paradise. It is a combination of traditional blown glass craftsmanship with advanced lighting technique. A perfect duo that can be controlled as part of a smart home systems.
A company from Częstochowa that creates projects of a very diverLAGROe form with a predominance of modern style, in line with current trends. Aldex lamps are mainly simple solid forms, made of metal, glass and wood. Gorgeous wall lamps , chandeliers and pendant lights. Characteristic of the Aldex style, the unique ARTE, Holm Wall or fantastic MELOS series give interiors an individual character and look completely different in each of them.
Lamps designed in accordance with global trends and attention to detail. Designs with a modern, bold shape as chandeliers, wall lamps and minimalist, very functional plafonds. MiLAGRO is also increasingly developing the production of technical and garden lighting. The company has cooperated with renowned designers , such as Maciej Zień.
The lamps combine beautiful design, functionality and modernity. Nowodvorski Ligghing’s hallmark is, among other things, the proprietary Cameleon system, configured with each other overhangs of various shapes and heights, awarded with the GRAND PRIX 2020 at the Poznań International Fair. For 29 years, the company has been creating solutions that meet the highest standards and always up-to-date trends. The quality of the brand was also appreciated for the design of the “Q LED” lamp, which won the prestigious RED DOT AWARD – Product Design 2019.
Traditional design, classic style, perfect shapes and proportions for unique interiors. They beautify residences, hotels, restaurants. A collection of lamps, e.g. in the New York style, perfectly combine classic design with modernity. Cosmo Light lamps are unique and are made of high-quality materials, with gold, nickel and chrome finishes. The ROMA, ABU DHABI, MIAMI, LAS VEGAS, PRAGUE and PARIS range never go out of fashion.
They beautify and give warmth to modern interiors with their design. They harmonize beautifully with the raw, loft finish. They are refined down to the smallest detail and can be individualized at the customer’s request. The owners of the Kapsa brand make their dreams come true by creating lamps with beautiful designs, great quality and affordable prices.
A Polish company, a precursor of the use of 24V LED technology in wooden frames, which has changed the habits of Poles. SPOT Light is one of the few lighting manufacturers in Europe that is FSC® certified, which ensures that the products are made of the highest quality Polish wood from legal sources.
All of the above companies and many others, such as SHILO or Cleoni, are definitely world-class leaders, using the latest technologies, research and development centres, cooperating with outstanding Polish artists, designers and design studios. They illuminate and introduce a unique atmosphere in the interiors of over 120 countries around the world.