Bulb & Mega Bulb by Sofie Refer

March 26th, 2012 by retail design blog

The lampshade, the bulb and even the wire is transparent, but the form of Bulb is classic.The reflection and the thickness of the mouth blown glass gives it a rich and vibrant life. Here we see the real strength of good glass art.

Clear high quality month-blown glass, with a polished edge. Stainless steel with porcelain lamp holder.Complete with clear flex, black or red flex. Also available in silvered glass (translucent silver) with black flex.

Bulb won the Good Design award 2001 by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. Sofie went on to gain other awards for her lighting designs after that date, such Wallpaper Design Award 2006 for Best Light and shortlisted for the Blueprint Design Award. Best Light, also in 2006.

Designed by Sofie Refer

Sofie Refer was born in Denmark in1974. In 2003 she graduated from the Danish Design School, department of Product Design. Sofie Refer is partner and Creative Director of Refer + Staer Aps, a Danish design lighting company offering exclusive design lighting. Her designs are based on Scandinavian simplicity combined with an extravagant look. Throughout her professional life she has focused on working with lighting design, as she is fascinated by light in all aspect and is convinced that lighting is the most important and powerful aspect in all environments. She creates lighting design with the deepest respect and passion for light and through that process she constantly seeks for new ways to play with and express light by using new technology components and light sources.


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