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Manfred Kielnhofer
Glowing Light Ball Bench


The “Glowing Light Ball Bench” created by Manfred Kielnhofer was present at the Light Art Biennial Austria. The bench, which has a very simple design, consists of three light balls and two wooden board perforates that lay over the light balls. Contrasting structural dynamics of the artist Manfred Kielnhofer provides analytically with his artistic work […]


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Ludovic Roth
Joseph


Joseph is a collection of lamp manufactured in France by Dix heures Dix. Joseph is a tribute to Joseph Beuys. The lamp collection, made out of felt is declined in warm anthracite grey, cold anthracite grey and off-white. Three suspensions are available: 70cm, 45cm, 20cm diam. as well as a 1.70m high floorlamp version. All […]


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Veronica Martinez
Wave Surface Lamp


Inspired by the force of the waterfalls, WAVE is a surfaces ambient lamp to be placed on walls and ceilings.  Presented at the International Furniture Fair in Milan in 2008, and 100% Design London in September 2009 held in HiMacs & LED lighting. Designer: Veronica Martinez  


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Spell
Odyssey


You cannot explore new worlds unless you have the courage to loose sight off shore. We like to think that this was Neil Armstrong’s thought when he made his journey to the moon. Inspired by this simple thought, Odyssey brings light to the unknown in any domestic space with elegance and grace. Designer: Spell | […]


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SCIN
Cut Out The Light


There is only one useful thing that winter brings to the design world and that is the opportunity to explore the dark.Darkness allows us to look at the possibilities within the world of artificial light. Light is the cover we add to space but what about the power of containing light. What happens when we […]


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MoNo
Snow Tree & Snow City


This art was created and opened on Dec 2011 as MoNo’s third work for historical architectural spaces and as the closing work for the year when suffered from unparalleled huge disaster. The place for this work is in “Kyu-Yagishita-tei” built for a residence of Yagishita Family who flourished in trade of copper-iron from early Meiji […]


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ateljé Lyktan
Plug Lamp


In today’s society, it seems like we’re always in need of a plug socket to charge our computer, tablet or smartphone. ateljé Lyktan presents a solution to this everyday problem – a lamp with a bonus of an electrical socket.The design studio Form Us With Love came up with a simple idea based on the […]


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Neo design studios
Cage


CAGE is an outstanding multifunctional fixture developed to stimulate the contemporary and creative use of light. The hidden symbolism of CAGE, being designed in a sort of a birdcage, is philosophic and curious at the same time, meaning exactly the opposite of it’s name, it means “freedom to use light however you want”. CAGE also […]


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Nathalie Dewez
‘Mobile lamp’


Nathalie Dewez has just completed the installation of a monumental chandelier for the Great Hall of the Mudam in Luxembourg. Made-to-measure chandelier for the MUDAM – Contemporary Art Museum: This lamp is an order from the Mudam Museum for the Fifth Anniversary of the Museum in July 2011. It has been realised with the french […]


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MacMaster Design
The Bloom Pendant Light


MacMaster’s contemporary lighting and furniture is designed in-house and is exclusively Hand-Crafted in their production workshop nestled in the rolling countryside of Worcestershire, Great Britain. The environment is ‘traditional meets modern’ with state of the art technology side by side with 1970’s Wadkins and Sedgewick cast iron machinery which has been lovingly restored to its […]


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MoNo
Shining Tree in a sacred place


This art work was dedicated to the people who had passed away in several disasters in this year 2011. Especially in Japan, the massive earthquake hit this country land with the huge tsunami so much that considerable damage and profound sorrow came to us. MoNo had the opportunity to join the illumination event “Kusatsu Machiakari Yumeakari Hanaakari – […]


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osko+deichmann
Abyss Spot


Abyss, one of the leading projects of Kundalini’s collection designed by the Berlin studio Osko+Deichmann, presents itself in a new riveting ceiling spot version. A spot inserted in a Plexiglas sphere willowy glances around held by a vertebrate structure illuminated by a LED strip. The unique Abyss’s modular structure, ductile and steady at the same […]


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OKRA
Domplein Utrecht


In the middle of the city of Utrecht lies the Domplein or cathedral square. This is where Utrecht began, 2000 years ago, with a Roman castellum that now lies 4 metres underground. In the Middle Ages it became overgrown by a primeval forest with giant trees. Later its stones were used to build the churches […]


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SAQ + Zirkumflex
BotoxCloud


The paper models are cut and folded in a certain way. They create interesting patterns and representations and in this way engage the audience both visually and mentally. The installation uses design as a medium through which the complexities of the surrounding world could be comprehended. In this project, the complexities of the weather are […]


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Sid Lee Architecture
Ajax Experience


The over 100 year-old Ajax Amsterdam is a Dutch football club based in Amsterdam. The city has completely related to this legendary and world-famous club: Amsterdam is Ajax, Ajax is Amsterdam. The Dutch national team has built its reputation over time, and the club has won all the awards in the profession: the Champions’ League, […]


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Iosa Ghini Associati
Lumina


Massimo Iosa Ghini designs for Faraone the balustrade Lumina, a perfect marriage between functionality and aesthetics, where the lightness and the technical elements create an innovative and versatile product. The aluminum frame blends harmoniously with the surrounding architecture and Lumina becomes a design element that draws the spaces with light. The LED illumination is behind […]


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Zaha Hadid Architects
Design Projects


Tide | 2010 The design refers to geometries and matheamtics of minimal surfaces. Minimal surfaces, or Optimal geometries, are surfaces with a mean curvature of zero. See more Genesy lamp | 2009 Zaha Hadid Architects exploration and research into systems of growth in the natural world have informed the distinct formal language of the Genesy lamp for Artemide. […]


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Thomas Schielke
Luminous walls


Luminous walls belong to the essential repertoire of qualitative lighting design. With light, spaces can be defined and reinterpreted, explained Thomas Schielke at the Professional Lighting Design Conference 2011 in Madrid. Illuminated walls allow us to provide orientation and to perceive the form and dimension of space. Further, their glow and play of brilliants could […]


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Thomas Schielke
Light spectrum glasses


Looking beyond white light from sunlight to LED Spectral glasses enable a pragmatic approach to evaluate the colour rendering of light. This technique could help architects, interior and lighting designers to analyse quickly how light reproduces colours on objects. The film by Thomas Schielke covers vivid impressions of our architectural and urban environment with a […]


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Steve DeMicoli – DFab
Cloud[S]cape


Cloud[S]cape is a site-specific installation designed and fabricated by Steve De Micoli of dfab.Studio. Cloud[S]cape was created for the Malta Design Week, which took place on the 1st-8th October 2011 and was set in the backdrop of Valletta’s Royal Malta University. Suspended over the entrance to the main hall of the building, cloud[S]cape mirrors the […]


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