The Halo Modular Light was all about creating a simplistic form that could reflect a user’s personality and interpreted differently from user to user. Each element of it’s design was considered to achieve versatility.
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François Chambard’s Craft System lamps (N˚16 to N˚ 21) consist of multiple variations of a simple shape, showcasing work that “transcends the quality of the mass-produced and the quality of the handmade” says the designer. They also operate off-the-grid, self-sufficient without reliance on public utilities.
Diamond Light is laser cut from a single sheet of stainless steel and assembled by hand. The profile of the assembled lamp (see the video below to watch Barton assembling a prototype) creates triangulated stress patterns in the steel, forming an intriguing play of light and diamond-cut look, giving the lamp it’s name.
The shape of the Blom table lamp relies on the subtle interaction between its leaf-like parts, in the way that a flower is formed by its petals. Its design is inspired by the process of growth, which underlies the emergence of many shapes in nature. Traces of this approach can even be found in the striking grain pattern on the legs.
This floor lamp is made with wooden clothes clips. Yes, those clips which we use for drying clothes! It makes a beautiful and soft shadow on the floor and on the walls when it’s turned on. The light goes gently between the clips and makes a sensation of warm and blazing fireplace. The shade is supplied with white cable and lamp holder.
Prandina introduces three new finishes for Gong Mini suspension lamp. The new colours silver, copper and nickel black are obtained by a particular process of metallization. These three finishes complete the Gong Mini line, already available in the white colour, and they make it more versatile increasing the opportunities of use
The Knot Lamps come in two different designs of hand blown glass shade each supported by a monkey fist knot. The knots are tied from brightly coloured cable in a selection of 6 colours. The lamps are versatile and can be displayed in an illuminating cluster or line, or alone creating a single ambient glow.
Hand-blown by Italian artisans, the Moroccan-inspired shape of this large-scale, hand-blown, transparent glass pendant provides a dramatic backdrop for its unique lamping options. The Capsian Grande and the complementary Mali pendant make a grand statement in any space, individually or clustered together.
The transparent polycarbonate screen, which allows you to see the LEDs inside and the rest of the interior components, highlights the technical design of this lamp. These components are precisely the star elements in this lamp, making the transparent sphere a lightweight element that camouflages into the surrounding space.
The design goes further than the fitting its self by creating unique shadows which can give any room a one of a kind feel with a warm and fulfilling glow. Taking Japanese influences, the lamps are designed to be peaceful by using very clean lines and brilliant craftsmanship. As very tactile pieces, they bring a brilliant energy into any space.
An object of sophisticated beauty impressed in the “vault of our memory”: a spinning wheel updated as an innovative lighting game. This object heralds the celebrated return of an incredible architectural structure, enhanced by direct and indirect light, which relates with the surrounding space through a new and unusual light and shadow effects.