This beautiful collection of wooden lamps with shades of the same material recreates magical scenes through a light which is as suggestive as it is warm.
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In line with its dedication to marketing products that contribute to energy savings, the designer lamp company B.lux has launched a new version of the Ilde pendant lamp. This decorative lighting classic, designed by Catalonia’s David Abad, is now made in a fluorescent version, which guarantees less consumption and optimal lighting.
Matera Olla lamps collection takes shape like an expression of contrasts and adopts earthenware as a coloring component. An homage to simplicity of the Italian territories, where also nature inserts itself into social and cultural contexts of the human being, becoming subject of language and expression.
Influenced by the natural and sympathetic shapes of acorns, the ‘Terho’ ceiling lamp series includes two different sizes and hat variations. The fixtures are manufactured using opal white glass-blown casings and Finnish alder. Conceived to complement ‘Terho’ , the additional ‘Tatti’ table lamps utilize a likewise similar construction, referencing Funghi in their form.
Light sisters is group of elegant sophisticated lamps, that can be used as bookshelf or place for your favorite magazines as well. They are made of powder coated metal with led stripes inserted in them. Because of their hidden lights, when you turn it on it gives the illusion of floating magic cubes, making mystical atmosphere.
The 15-sq.m. shop-in-shop had to have various commercial uses: in addition to its sales function, the shop also had to be a place where demos could be organised as well as providing brand support and experience. Mojo fulfilled all of these requirements, designing and installing an adequate concept which captures the Italian urban lifestyle to a tee.
The goal was to introduce more natural light to dark and overpowering interior. This move redefined new proportions of space and optically enlarged narrow and low room. What’s more, light and transparent finishing materials, such as glass, delicate steel mesh and perforated boards were used to emphasize the openness of new office space.
Work can be fun, and Sean Kenney’s and Jung Ah Kim’s recent collaboration proves that playfulness is also productive. Kenney, famous for his collection of artistic projects and sculptures built completely out of the familiar LEGO blocks, has broadened his repertoire to include colorful and stylized lamps.
The primary component of the lamp series is a multi layered construction of textile. The exterior is covered by a quad-directional high stretch micro mesh. This give the lamp its volume and an ethereal lightness with a sense of varying opacity depending on your viewing position. The internal layers are constructed from Lycra which diffuses the light source.