Alora Lighting to Debut Charles Pavarini III Collection in June

The new lighting collection is part of Alora's Guest Artist Series.

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The Celeste is one of a collection of lighting from Charles Pavarini III for Alora Lighting

Vancouver-based lighting manufacturer Alora Lighting introduces its new Guest Artist Series designed in collaboration with renowned interior designer Charles Pavarini III. The collection will be premiered in June at Dallas Market Center’s Lightovation, The World’s Destination for Illumination.  

The exclusive new offering is a fusion of high art and industrial shapes bringing together the imaginative designs of Charles Pavarini III with the extraordinary craftsmanship and manufacturing capability of Alora Lighting.  

“Working with founder Nathan Yang of Kuzco inspired a brilliant collaboration, given his willingness to embrace new concepts that incorporate LED technology within minimalist fixture designs,” says Pavarini.  “Kuzco and its forward-thinking team are leading me to design new products for market that influence the evolution of residential lighting.”  

Featuring rich metals in soft brushed vintage brass and edgy urban bronze, with alabaster, wood, and glass, each of the designs tells a unique architectural story harkening back to his family’s iconic NYC building roots. 

The full collection will be available  at Lightovation, June 23 - June 26, 2021, and throughout the Fall at Lightfair and BDNY

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