// arthitectural / Lighting
  • “It is not the right angle that attracts me, nor the straight line, hard and inflexible, created by man. What attracts me is the free and sensual curve that I find in the body of the beloved woman.” – Oscar Niemeyer Set on the harbor of La Grande Motte, the installation faces the sea. It […]


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  • Pestrin, suspension lamp whose name derives from the Venetian dialect indicating the place where milk used to be distributed. The shape of the lamp remembers in fact the container used to carry the milk from the “pestrin” back to the house. The use of porcelain and wood takes back to ancient traditions that melt with […]


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Speirs + Major have conceived and guided the creation of a new illuminated lightwall in King’s Cross, designed to enrich the experience of the pedestrian tunnel that connects King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station with the Chipperfield-designed One Pancras Square. Following their long-standing involvement in the development of the King’s Cross Central area, the development […]


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Doug Patt is a registered architect in the building industry specializing in high-end residential architecture. He’s also been published in a variety of professional journals and magazines. He has worked on projects that have received American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Builders Awards in residential architecture. Doug has architecture degrees from Pennsylvania State University and […]


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