Lights On

Even if you’re not yet familiar with the iGuzzini name, you know its work. The Italian lighting brand manufactures Piero Castiglioni and Gae Aulenti’s 1993 Cestello design, which the company’s president, Adolfo Guzzini, says is “the most copied light fixture ever, for sure!” And iGuzzini also collaborates with that other great Italian architect, Renzo Piano, most notably on the California Academy of Sciences (Le Perroquet spot, pictured), in San Francisco. Now American designers can see even more products firsthand: iGuzzini opened its first U.S. showroom last month in New York.

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