Archive for the ‘lighting’ category

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.

Modular chandeliers by Plumen

November 15th, 2016



The Plumen Chandelier is built using a set of spacer rods, which create the supporting triangular or square framework. These hold the cords in place, and combine with a ceiling rose to hold either three or four pendants.

Light tunnel installation by AEPioneer, Tehran – Iran

November 10th, 2016

AEPioneer‘s Light tunnel project, financed by the beautification organization of Tehran Municipality, is created to provide an atmosphere of entertainement as well as a cozy milieu for local citizens by light.

POP-UP Table Lamp by SSTEEL

September 29th, 2016

The concept and name POP-UP inspired by the art of three dimensional paper craft known well all over the world mixed up with the very simply normal form and shape of traditional night table lamp that we all get used to.

Centre International Conferences lighting by B LIGHT, Algiers – Algeria

September 28th, 2016

INSERTO MINI SLIM CL — a linear luminaire for ceiling or wall installation with an essential and minimal design — creates evocative light blades in the walls and, in its RGB version, it gives colour to the circular engravings on the ceiling.

Black Swan patisserie, Beijing – China

September 27th, 2016

The black ceiling is given a sense of structure with track. ERCO Optec spotlights create light points achieving high contrast against the dark background, and without causing any glare for customers.

Plumen 003 light bulb

September 27th, 2016

Plumen recruited a jeweler to design the glimmering faceted surface pattern. The gold surface creates a unique, textured light that’s reminiscent of a precious stone.

Optical collection of lamps by Lee Broom, London – UK

September 21st, 2016

London Design Festival 2016: British designer Lee Broom has transformed his east London store into an experimental installation inspired by the 1960s Op Art movement.

World Trade Center Stool/Light by Rolf Bruggink

September 19th, 2016

Each of the cube-shaped stools has an integrated light and rows of tiny openings designed to represent windows. Seven of the blocks can be stacked to create a miniature replica of one of the towers.