A greenhouse of flourishing plants contains the most innovative indoor and outdoor lamps, from those that reproduce the pathway of natural light to the most precious rechargeable fixtures. Service by Fratelli Ingegnoli, Milan

Reconnect with the natural environment to feel good and, at home, surround ourselves with plants: contact with greenery, woods, flowers has multiple beneficial effects on our health and mood. So I decided to set the new lamps among prickly pears, banana trees, cacti ... in the Mediterranean greenhouse of the historic Vivaio dei Fratelli Ingegnoli in Milan. Ample space between the indoor and outdoor lights are rechargeable, versatile, light and wireless, with LED technology and battery to be connected to the computer or battery pack, to be moved freely.

Bombori indoor lamp, completely made by hand with traditional Japanese materials: structure in solid cedar, shade in thin, translucent Washi paper, Time & Style edition for De Padova.

From left, Fontanella indoor table lamp designed by Federico Peri for FontanaArte, with blown glass shade and base in gold-finish metal. Fienile anodized aluminium LED table lamp, suitable for use with dimmer, with touch sensor; designed by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan.

From left, Giulietta BE F by Catellani & Smith, with base and ring in vintage brass, LED light source with touch dimmer, battery powered. Tobia indoor floor lamp in gold-coated metal, with upward LED light emission; designed by Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini.

From left, Last Order, three rechargeable table lamps that emit light through a base in solid transparent glass, similar to the columns of ancient works of architecture; designed by Michael Anastassiades for Flos. Float multifunctional portable indoor-outdoor table lamp in white coated aluminium, by Mario Alessiani for Axolight.

From left, Bugia rechargeable battery lamps in methacrylate with base in brushed brass, by Davide Groppi. Camparino portable indoor table lamp, powered by a rechargeable lithium battery, in white Carrara marble, shade in crystal crafted with the rostrato technique in Murano, by Barovier & Toso.

Biconica Pol outdoor ground lamp in white polyethylene with Tunable White LED technology, reproducing the movement of natural light; by Emiliana Martinelli for Martinelli Luce. Japan indoor suspension lamp in white steel with chrome-plated post, by Davide Bozzini and Nicola Tonin for Midj.

From left, Gople outdoor, designed by BIG per Artemide, lamp with diffuser in plastic and climbing rope, to hang anywhere. Monkey suspension lamp in the ironic colored version, designed by Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba, Seletti, Exclusive Edition for Mohd.

From left, Archimera, a marble micro-architecture by Federico Babina for Salvatori. Siro indoor table lamp composed of a lens and a frontal disk that releases grazing light from inside, thanks to a very slim LED light source; the inner cap is in white, the outside in satin-finish gold; designed by Marta Perla for Oluce.

Photos Paolo Riolzi