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  • The „T-Guardian“ is a sculpture which is travelling the worlds’ museums and exhibitions. Exclusively for the La Biennale Venezia the sculptors made their journey to Italy. Each day and night they show up on a different spot in Venice. This unique light project is created by Christoph Luckeneder and Manfred Kielnhofer. Location: Venice, Italy Designers: Christoph […]


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  • Alrisha, shining star Alrisha is another name for the Alpha Piscium star in the constellation of Pisces. The Arabic name means “the rope”: indeed, it is the point of convergence of two ribbons of stars that tie the tails of the fish in the constellation. Now Alrisha is also a lamp, which was conceived and […]


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Light and material  Light can highlight the characteristics of materials in various ways. The video tutorials for materials like  glass, metal, plastics, stone, textiles and wood offer valuable inspiration and insights for the perfect  illumination. The numerous materials were supported by Materia – a global network in the area of  innovative materials. Textile Explore the […]


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The SVING bench is a small, sensuous bench that creates an undulating plane of Sapele wood, suspended over a very thin blackened steel base. Measuring about 18” wide and 34” long, the bench demonstrates that a small piece of furniture can create a large visual impact. Designer: FINNE Architects


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