A famous Italian lighting manufacturer, Maison STILUX opened its doors in Milan after the Second World War. Author of many creations calling on opaline glass, brass or marble, symptomatic of the transalpine design of the 1950s, STILUX directs its production towards new materials such as chromed metal or plexiglass, from the following decade. The diversity of research carried out by STILUX - both technically and formally - in terms of lighting solutions, made it one of the main lighting manufacturers of the second half of the 20th century.


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