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  • Currently on Cartier Avenue in Quebec City, 34 giant backlit lampshades, decorated with selected works by Alfred Pellan and Fernand Leduc from the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, are hanging over the street. The installation is an original concept by Lightemotion, the lighting design firm that illuminates building façades and interiors in Europe, North […]


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  • During Stockholm Furniture Fair, the result of a progressive collaboration between Swedish lighting company Wästberg and British design office Industrial Facility will be introduced. The Industrial Facility w152 lamp is an electronic lamp that provides intelligent, universal power from three USB outlets, detecting charging requirements and managing them at their fastest rate. Here is what […]


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Laura Straßer has designed the porcelain lamp ”Von Ribbeck” for Karakter – a lamp which takes its inspiration from a poem, a region and a grandmother. Throughout her childhood and adulthood Laura Straßer has been fascinated and drawn to the German poet ”Von Ribbeck auf Ribbeck im Haveland” written by Theodor Fontane. The story revolves […]


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