Archive for the ‘lighting’ category

Anglepoise Clerkenwell Showroom with Unibox Displays, London – UK

June 14th, 2017

To ensure each of the graphic panels, which were fixed to a single system channel, aligned correctly, the Unibox design team devised a clever solution that treated the panels like a jigsaw, designing notches that were cut from each panel to join the neighbouring panel.

Array LED lamps by Fire Road

June 13th, 2017

Array is designed to be simple, sophisticated and integrate seamlessly into your home. The expertly crafted wood frame provides a warm, furniture-quality feel and the inset LEDs distill the beauty of architectural lighting into a modern product.

a_Forest lamp collection by Fabien Dumas for B.lux

June 8th, 2017

The a_Forest lamps share a common, petal-shaped lighting element which, in the case of the wall version, emits indirect light. The suspension model is available in two versions: horizontal (SH) and vertical (SV).

Cirque lamp by Clara von Zweigbergk for Louis Poulsen

June 6th, 2017

Cirque lamp by Clara von Zweigbergk for Louis Poulsen

Fortius Clinic lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, London – UK

May 28th, 2017


Patients enter through a prominent entrance and attractive period façade. Within the main reception, decorative pendants and concealed lighting details to the desk create a welcoming environment, while a cove detail at high level draws people downstairs to the lower-ground floor space.

HKIRC medical center by PAL Design, Hong Kong

May 26th, 2017

In addition to the honeycomb-like hexagonal lightboxes across its ceiling, the designer recalls the intention to create a forest path with sunlight permeating down through leaves, not dissimilar to the Japanese poetics of komoreb.

Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale 2017 by Erwin Wurm and Brigitte Kowanz

May 19th, 2017

As a whole, “Infinity and beyond” represents a virtual infinite space. Kowanz’s light installation can be seen as a cosmological model – a miniature of the universe. The cosmic messages of light also require receivers.

Waveforms lighting collection by Sonneman

May 17th, 2017

These sculptural pendants are available in two contemporary shapes – a deep bell or broad dome. The Waveforms collection delivers a luminous interior surface that peeks through a rhythm of undulations, revealing the light.

THE MIC lamp collection by Jorge Lourenço for PURA MESTRIA

May 13th, 2017

THE MIC is a collection of lamps handcrafted in manual blown glass with optic diamond effect in transparent and polished brass metals.

YIN & YANG lighting by Buzzi & Buzzi

May 12th, 2017

The name calls to mind concepts as dualism, opposition, complementarity, equilibrium and interdependence. All those concepts are shown in the unique characteristics of these new products with an exclusive and and refined design.

Black lighting by Mari Lights

May 4th, 2017

The result was an extremely minimalist pendant, embodying both classic and modern sensibilities in its organic form. Black carries a sharp graphic line, which is one of Mari Lights’ design signatures.

DIY paperlamp by OWL

March 31st, 2017

Our Rabbit and Parrot – DIY paperlamp consists of a beginner’s papercraft kit for you to build an easy model. Either with friends or individually, enjoy bringing to life one more member at your home. Make sure to take at least an hour to assemble your Rabbit paperlamp – best results always require some dedication!

Static and Echo lighting solutions from LightArt

March 30th, 2017

LightArt will introduce the new collection during NYCxDesign with the debut of two acoustic fixtures — Static and Echo. Static is a beam-shaped modular lighting solution that delivers both high performance lighting and acoustic value.

Dalston Roof Park, London – UK

March 30th, 2017

The concept, devised by lighting designers Michael Grubb Studio, was “Sunset, all night long”. This was achieved through the use of white light and a limited range of yellow, amber and red filters, which allowed the design to mimic sunset, creating an environment where visitors could experience the subtlety of colour.

Prandina 2017 lighting collections

March 28th, 2017

The new collections explore the world of led technology with a strongly creative approach maintaining, at the same time, a well-defined brand identity. The latest technological innovations, encountering materials such as glass and metal, push the imagination toward a research for innovative shapes and solutions.

HALO lamps by Quentin de Coster

March 8th, 2017

Developed as a limited edition, the geometric and translucent design of the piece is directly influenced by the standard light bulb. For this project, one characteristic approach that de Coster has adopted alongside Genard is to expose the usually hidden parts of most lamp.

Lotus lamps by Brain edition

March 5th, 2017

The Lotus series aims to bring to your interior a warm touch by the naturalness of its wood, as well as an ornament ready to come dress your space. It offers a multitude of patterns that together can form a contemporary vegetation and a floral design; it will transform your living spaces into a haven of peace.

Square Sconce lighting by LightArt

March 3rd, 2017

Using LightArt’s signature diffuser capabilities and 250+ color options, clients can create bold and beautiful wall applications. In addition to the countless colored shade options, the Square Sconce collection also comes with a new custom opaque shade option.

Algorithm lighting system by vibia

March 2nd, 2017

Like a constellation, a flock of birds or a cloud of frozen rain, this collection brings together beauty and geometry within a lighting system filled with magic. “The intention was not to design a completely defined and ‘finished’ product, but a tool which allows any customer to create his own lighting lamp, in relation with the architecture space, the area to light and the desired kind of ‘graphic pattern”, according to Toan Nguyen.

Entreplanta lighting collection by Marta Ayala Herrera & Cito Ballesta

February 20th, 2017

The lamps are positioned in such a way that they explore the X, Y and Z axes. We can consider them as rhythms that dynamize the space with its various volumes, thus enhancing the space sensation of the viewer.