Archive for the ‘lighting’ category

HUGO WHITE pendant light by Slamp

January 22nd, 2017

Hugo’s new, silky white finish is both elegant and versatile, customizing any space with its sinuous design and evenly diffused, soft light, shining through its printed techno-polymer structure.

VELI COUTURE lighting by Slamp

January 21st, 2017

The ample Veli family has already received its accolades, including the Red Dot Design Award. The latest member features a soft finish that was inspired by modern textiles, and is available in 2 suspensions, 3 ceiling applique, and an adorable table lamp.

Say My Name pendant light by Northern Lighting

January 18th, 2017

Circle chandelier by Hannakaisa Pekkala for Northern Lighting

January 16th, 2017

Taking the circle as her starting point, the designer used simple graphic lines to give the lamp its signature round shape. A single light can be installed on its own to create a focal point, or be combined with several others to create unique compositions.

Nebula lighting by Stuart Fingerhut

January 13th, 2017

Nebula was developed during a three-month study period to express fluidity and dynamism in physical forms. Several hundred studies were produced during this process to identify the final piece presented. My aim with Nebula is to leave the viewer with a lasting optimism that there is still more to be explored and learned in our present and our future.

Architectural Lighting for MOCAPE by GD-Lighting Design, Shenzhen – China

December 25th, 2016

Surface materials of glass, perforated plate, and stone extend and twist along the steel structure, creating a complicated architecture full of vitality. However, the unique façade form also created great difficulties in lighting design.

CHAO hotel lighting design by GD-Lighting Design, Beijing – China

December 22nd, 2016

Lighting design also breaks all the traditional boundaries, drawing on design practices of public interiors, and integrated with the design concepts of exterior and art galleries; abandoned the traditional hotel lighting methods of decorative lighting.

B.lux at Basque Living, San Sebastián – Spain

December 21st, 2016

The new showroom is a meeting place designed for interaction, as well as to explore ideas and especially to exhibit the latest design trends. It is intended not only for consumers, but for professionals and opinion leaders as well.

Four Points Hotel by Sheraton, Oran – Algeria

December 21st, 2016

For the indoor lighting, B LIGHT chose several products of the Altas range: these dimmable downlight round luminaires are perfect to highlight any environment thanks to the minimal design and the uniform and clear lit effect.

Eagle lighting collection by Woodlabo

December 21st, 2016



Orbit, Landing, Moon and Lift Off are combinations of two or three modules and represent the mission’s four stages. The structure is birch plywood providing stability and lightness. The light enclosure is aluminum. The panels are spaced a few millimeters apart, letting light through and accentuating its outline.

Frame boutique lighting by Martini Light, Modena – Italy

December 20th, 2016



Frame just opened, for the first time in Viale Premuda at Milan, in a historic building and aims to became a reference point for the shopping in Milan. The multi brand store designed by Ark3P has chosen – to bring out the vintage and charming character of the place – Martini Light.

Iceberg store lighting by Martini Light, Modena – Italy

December 20th, 2016



Gilmar Group’s need to perfectly light the space, characterized by multiple shades and colors, has meant that the choice was made for a technology with a patent that’s exclusive to Martini: HD RETINA LED, the high-performance LED that lends itself to lighting situations where it’s necessary to balance different color temperatures; highlighting the garment and rendering a perfectly balanced color saturation.

LUSH store lighting by Michael Grubb Studio, Manchester – UK

December 7th, 2016

The interior features a palette of timber and white tiles, with neutral tones contrasting with bold graphics and the vibrant colours of Lush’s product range. Optelma’s linear LEDs and spotlights combine to create layers of light, forming a dynamic, energy-efficient environment.

Caged lamp by Matali Crasset

December 5th, 2016

A pair of handles lets the LED lamp be carried or hung, and a circular break in the grid-patterned cage allows room for the light to shine without interruption. The steel surrounding also allows the lamp to be placed on its side.

Alphabeta workspace lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, London – UK

December 2nd, 2016



Led by Dickon Hayward, the concept was designed from the ground-up, with Hoare Lea Lighting working closely with Studio RHE to understand the space and its requirements from an architectural lighting perspective.

Brake Light by Perhacs Studio

November 30th, 2016


Riffing on an array of structural systems, from flowers to architecture, the Brake Lights are playful while maintaining elegance in form and function. All fixtures are made in Seattle, Washington.

Clon ceiling lighting system for B.Lux by Miguel Ángel Ciganda

November 26th, 2016



The Clon lamp is also available as a suspension unit. With a single connection, the Clon lamp allows for the creation of multiple lighting surfaces. It can be installed at different heights, creating attractive and varying light volumes and planes that seem to float in the room.

InterContinental Hotel lighting by GD-Lighting Design, Beijing – China

November 24th, 2016

In order to avoid the feeling of oppression from the tall empty lobby, light was used to represent a touching effect to its most extent in this space and it guides people’s focus on each small design detail, adding vividness into the space.

Tobin Center extension by LMN architects, Texas

November 22nd, 2016


The metallic veil that enwraps the program volumes establishes a distinctive presence on the San Antonio skyline, changing in appearance with different patterns of daylight and coming alive at night with programmable LEDs. Using the power of parametrics to establish mathematical rules governing the form and construction of the system, the project team could make continuous modifications at a high level and let the software re-draw the details of the resulting panel configurations.

Luminous landmark by Nicole Larkin, Sydney’s Bondi Beach – Australia

November 17th, 2016



Made from birch plywood, stainless steel, and concrete, the installation generates ever-changing perspectives depending on the time of day, weather and climatic conditions. Sited on the edge of a rocky cliff and overlooking the sea and nearby city, “dynamics in impermanence” is also an exploration into how photography can break down the authentic artistic experience.