List of products by brand CINI e NILS
Cini & Nils: suspension, table, wall and floor lamps
Cini & Nils was born in Milan in 1969 from the genius of Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi, well-known designers who decided to create illuminating objects and direct them to the target audience.
This company transforms ideas into products with attention to the smallest details and cutting-edge that exploit LED technology, all with the utmost attention to environmental sustainability. Not only that, Cini&Nils also aims to ensure the well-being of man; there is in fact the Research & Development laboratory that analyzes and selects the best technologies to avoid stress and optical annoyances.
The company policy has always been based on: experience, collaboration and search for the best solutions. All the collections, in fact, are the result of the work of expert designers who make use of cutting-edge machinery.
Since its inception, Cini&Nils has also distinguished itself internationally with its innovative products; we find, in fact, some bar and table sets, revolving magazine racks and game tables made in the early 1970s and exhibited in the permanent collections of the MoMA in New York. The turning point, however, came in 1972 with the Cuboluce project, created by Franco Bettonica, thanks to which the company entered the world of lighting, becoming a point of reference for those who work in the sector.
The designers of Cini & Nils
To achieve even better results, Cini & Nils makes use of the contribution of expert designers. For example, we find Luta Bettonica (graduated in Industrial Design at the European Institute of Design, artistic director since 2002 and president of Cini & Nils since 2013), Giancarlo Leone (architect graduated from the Milan Polytechnic, in 1996 he began his collaboration with Luta Bettonica ), Alessandro Scandurra (designer known in Italy and abroad, visiting professor at SUPSI in Switzerland), Christiane Beer (German artist and sculptor; she also exhibited her works in the new Bocconi University in Milan and in Piazza San Carlo in Varese as well as various museums in Germany), Alessandro Ciffo (master in creating silicone artifacts, works that constitute a perfect combination of art and design).
Lighting is a fundamental aspect to take into consideration when furnishing an environment, as it helps to change the perception of space and why not also the appearance of the room itself. For this reason, at the basis of the realization of a lamp there are awaited studies on the choice of raw materials and on the projects of the various products, aspects for which Cini & Nils is a leader in the sector.
Table lamps, Cubo Luce Led, innovation and design
Table lamps can be considered as real ornamental objects, as well as lighting generators. They are, in fact, positioned as if they were knick-knacks on bedside tables, desks, tables, etc. It is therefore necessary to choose a lamp with a design that suits the surrounding furniture and with a source of lighting suitable for the environment in which it is placed.
Cuboluce series lamp by Cini & Nils
Find out Cuboluce collection, in the versions: Britto with imaginative textures by the pop artist Romero Britto, Cuboluce Classic created in 1972 by the designers and founding fathers Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi, Cuboluce Led and Cuboluce Wireless. Examples of lamps of this type are:
- Ognidove lamp made by Luta Bettonica and Giancarlo Leone
- Cubo Luce lamp by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi
- Assolo lamp by Luta Bettonica
Wall lamps, ceiling lights, interior lighting
Unlike table lamps, wall lamps do not have a support base because they are fixed to the wall. They are usually chosen to illuminate small rooms as they take up little space. Also in this case the lamps take on the role of ornamental element, consequently the attention to detail is fundamental.
Cini & Nils collections: Roma, Passepartout, Assolo, Formala, Gradiparete, Sestessa, Neica, NewComponi 200 Uno, Kleng, Fariuno, Minifari
Among the various proposals for design wall lamps we find:
- Roma e Incontro by Luta Bettonica
- Sestessina from the collaboration of Mario Melocchi and Luta Bettonica
Chandelier Suspensions lamps, modern and design
Chandeliers often dominate the scene in the various environments where they are placed, as they have a ceiling attachment that allows lighting from above and providing equally diffused lighting.
As with all types of lamps, pendant lamps also have the task of illuminating and furnishing.
Cini & Nils creates suspension lamps of all kinds, whether they are lamps with simple lines or lamps with a more innovative and sparkling style.
Cini & Nils collections: Sferico, Acqua, Passepartout53, Stilo sospeso, Assolo 43, Gradisoffitto, Formala Plus, Convivio, Collier
Examples of modern lamps of this type are:
Floor lamps, arched, modern design
Floor lamps, as the name suggests, have a base for support on the ground. Depending on the height you choose, they help to change the lighting of the environment.
They are generally used to furnish the living area above all, to make the atmosphere warmer and to better accommodate guests.
Cini & Nils floor lamp collections: Ognidove, Acqua Filo, Assolo 43, Sestessa Terra, Graditerra
Among the various models of floor lamps we mention:
- Sestessa floor lamp by Mario Melocchi and Luta Bettonica
- Newcompany200 lamp made by Luta Bettonica and Luca Melocchi
- Passpartout lamp made by Luta Bettonica
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Cini&Nils is a made in Italy company that offers high quality solutions. In fact, Cini and Nils lighting is a point of reference in the field of furniture and offers a wide range of stylish and avant-garde products. Read more >>
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Experience, collaboration and constant research have been the cornerstones of the brand since its inception and, in fact, all the collections are the result of the study and creative genius of designers including Luta Bettonica (artistic director since 2002 and president of Cini & Nils), Giancarlo Leone and the sculptor Christiane Beer. Read more >>