Category: Lighting

Resin Puppet \ NC-office

Resin Puppet \ NC-office

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• August 21, 2013 • Comments (0)

NC-office was one of ten Miami-based architects, designers, and artists invited by the Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach to utlize a thirty foot LED strip into an illumination source. The design intent was to subvert the linear nature of the LED strip by embedding it into a dense mass of petrified liquid. The ‘Lamp’ is […]

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Awaken your Senses

Awaken your Senses

• August 18, 2013 • Comments (0)

Creating a beautiful home is a personal and time consuming project. Finding the right colour scheme and furniture are the first things that many people consider, and there are hundreds of places that you can find inspiration for this. Looking on websites like Pinterest among others, and reading architectural and interior design magazines allow you […]

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Lighting design projects by BRAND VAN EGMOND

Lighting design projects by BRAND VAN EGMOND

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• August 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

BRAND VAN EGMOND shared with us their recent lighting design installed in both private and public projects. BRAND VAN EGMOND (http://www.brandvanegmond.com/) is a Dutch design label and an international trendsetter in exclusive handcrafted lighting and interior objects. The company was founded by William Brand and Annet van Egmond, two pioneer artists.

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The Leading Trends in Outdoor Lighting

The Leading Trends in Outdoor Lighting

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• August 16, 2013 • Comments (0)

As British residents continue to bask in a hot and glorious summer, there is a desire among home-owners to spend as much time as possible outdoors. Given the changeable nature of British weather and an increasingly cold climate, it stands to reason that citizens should be keen to make the most of any prolonged sunshine […]

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HooK7 \ Dongsung Jung

HooK7 \ Dongsung Jung

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• July 24, 2013 • Comments (0)

clock / lighting or hanger? seven kinds of various functions “Hook7″ design motif is Hooks & number 7. This work is one of DONGSUNG JUNG Project 0-9. Usually watch is used as interior or enjoy the music. Evening hours, atmosphere and lighting is used when you want. By linking the products with smartphone anywhere, can […]

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8light \ Dongsung Jung

8light \ Dongsung Jung

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• July 16, 2013 • Comments (0)

South Korean designer Dongsung Jung has created the 8light table lamp. 8light at a desk or bedside Stand Lighting Mood lighting is a lighting design that can be used easily. The 0-9 and the shape of the number eight may be returned for fun. And rechargeable LED bulbs have been used as a simple design can […]

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Nul and Nul 5° lamps \ K-O-N-T-O

Nul and Nul 5° lamps \ K-O-N-T-O

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• July 7, 2013 • Comments (0)

Copenhagen-based K-O-N-T-O has created the Nul and Nul 5° lamps. The lamps are made only from pure organic Scandinavian materials. NUL is the first product and will be available in to variations: NUL and NUL grader 5. NUL is a peace craftsmanship with a sculptural look and the function of a helf in the middle.

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Nuvol lamp \ Kutarq studio

Nuvol lamp \ Kutarq studio

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• June 25, 2013 • Comments (0)

Kutarq studio has recently created the Nuvol lamp. Núvol is an iconic pendant lamp for indoor use made of opalescent acrylic pieces. The lamps acts as a sculptural piece for interior lighting creating subtle and soft glowing light. It can be arranged in groups forming a cloud of light.  

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Manta 2.0 / Ray of Light by Joeri Claeys

Manta 2.0 / Ray of Light by Joeri Claeys

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• June 1, 2013 • Comments (0)

Joeri Claeys designed the Manta 2.0 / Ray of Light. The sea is never far away with this unique lamp. Inspired on, and a tribute to, one of the most amazing sea creatures: the Manta Ray. The aim was to create a modern table lamp with a sculptural and organic form that tries to provoke […]

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Tesbih (Rosary) Lamp \ Bora CAKILKAYA

Tesbih (Rosary) Lamp \ Bora CAKILKAYA

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• May 18, 2013 • Comments (0)

Arraying bead, bone, stone on a string is as old as the human history. First humans used to cut their hunts into pieces and array them on a string and wear it on their neck in order to bring them success in their next hunt. Beads were first seen in India for religious purposes and […]

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