Displayed on the grounds of Milan's Villa Necchi Campiglio, New Horizons draws upon themes of innovation and imagination, and aims to demonstrate the future of lighting.
The show spotlights Occhio's latest designs as part of an immersive experience that offers a "holistic experience of culture of light".
"We have successfully united a classic design with mesmerising finishes and innovative lighting technology in a comprehensive series of wall, ceiling, table and suspended luminaires," said founder and designer of Occhio, Axel Meise.
The installation features a series of unique lighting solutions including its Luna series, which will be launched in Autumn 2023.
The Luna series is the first to use Occhio's patented 'Fireball' light source.
With the Fireball at its centre, the Luna light is wrapped in a mirrored sphere that aims to soften the light and create a floating effect.
"The Fireball inside the mirrored glass sphere creates a soft, glare-free yet directed light with a magical effect," said Meise. "When switched on, it resembles a moon and seems to float in the luminaire."
"A lustre poured over the glass of the sphere from above creates an elegant sheen and gives Luna a distinctive presence," he continued.
The Luna light features various products in the collection, including table lamps, wall lamps and surface-mounted ceiling lamps.
Offered in three different sizes, the lamps feature either a mirrored head or base and come finished in a choice of two shades named "dark chrome" and "phantom".
As with other Occhio products, the luminaires feature sensors that allow for gesture-controlled adjustments through simple movements.
Alternatively, the light can be controlled through the Occhio app, which lets users switch the light on or off as well as dim it or adjusting its colour to change the mood in the room.
"The 'joy of use' associated with Occhio can be experienced with Luna, too," said Meise. "From an inviting warm light to a stimulating cool light, the user can create countless different lighting moods."
The Luna series will be on display alongside other Occhio products at Milan design week as part of the brand's multisensory installation, which it hopes will display the emotional power of lighting.
"Light is pure emotion for me,” said studio founder Axel Meise. "With New Horizons we have created an experience dedicated to precisely these feelings. An installation where people can experience the deep emotions that light evokes."
To learn more about Occhio and the exhibition of its Luna collection at Milan design week, visit its website.
Milan design week 2023
Occhio's New Horizons is part of Milan design week 2023, which takes place from 18 to 23 April. See our Milan design week 2023 guide on Dezeen Events Guide for information about other exhibitions, installations and talks taking place throughout the week.
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