Dokka

 

Overview

This year the iconic pendant lamp Dokka celebrates its 60th anniversary. Accordingly, Northern Lighting have paid homage to its designer Birger Dahl and Nordic post-war design history by presenting Dokka in six brand new colours, celebrating each decade of the lamp's existence. Dokka is a small pendant 

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I-O-N Pendant Lights

 

Overview

Gregory Bonasera and Anthony Raymond, otherwise known as Porcelain Bear, use their combined talents to produce porcelain products with a distinct style and design. Bonasera spent 25 years creating bespoke objects and furniture pieces for designers and architects with his company Gregory Bonasera Ceramics, 

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Sky Bang

 

Overview

In collaboration with RUX, Stickbulb have released their most dynamic incarnation of Stickbulb yet: Sky Bang. It's a design which permits the minimal wooden bulb to take centre stage while the central knuckle component provides the opportunity for plenty of variation within the collection, thus 

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Fin Cloud

 

Overview

Fin Cloud light series is a sculptural interpretation of biomorphism; a 20th century art movement which draws upon naturally occurring patterns in nature for artistic design inspiration. The concept is furthered through this design by the replication of Fin modules around the central spine of the 

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Bell Lamp

 

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Normann Copenhagen presents Bell, designed by Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck The expression is robust, the form is simple. Bell is a pendant lamp in an iconic bell shape with special attention paid to its details. Its round, even surface gives the lamp the impression of having been cast. Rather than 

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PH 3½-3 Pendant

 

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To mark Poul Henningsen's 120th birthday on 9 September, Louis Poulsen is launching the new PH 3½-3 pendant. The PH 3½-3 pendant is based on Poul Henningsen's original drawings from the late 1920s and early 1930s, featuring his renowned three-shade system. The pendant has metal shades, 

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Hive Lamps

 

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The Hive Pendant lamps are a great addition to the Dare Studio range, designed by Angus Matchett. There are two versions available, both featuring hand stitched and vegetable dyed saddle leather that sits over a powder coated steel frame construction. Contrasting colour options are available for the frame 

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Soundless Light

 

Overview

Swedish designer Ola Gillgren has designed a lamp called Soundless light that will be displayed at the Stockholm furniture fair. One of the key things that Gillgren has in mind when designing new products is to keep them as simple and as uncomplicated as possible. This keeps the design honest and lets 

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Chouchin Mini

 

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Foscarini's family of Chouchin has now been broadened with a mini version thanks to designer Ionna Vautrin. This includes two models, each with its own colour: orange for the n.1 version and green for the elongated n.2 version. The lacquered glass screens the light completely and therefore the main body 

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THE HERO Light

 

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We all need a HERO. Someone to save us from the bland grasp of minimalism, sweep us off our feet and carry us into the night. Buster + Punch's much anticipated HERO light has been launched. This light has been designed and fashioned by Massimo Buster Minale of Buster + Punch, a London-born interiors brand 

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Claude Light

 

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The Claude Light is made by German designer Annika Frye and edited by French brand Hartô. Originally a test shape in her DIY rotational moulding machine, the final design was reached from months of experimentation with polymer plaster and other additives such as wood or textiles. Frye also undertook 

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Euston

 

Overview

David Hunt Lighting is one of the UK’s longest surviving Lighting Manufacturers. Based in the Cotswolds for the last 100 years David Hunt Lighting is best known for designing and manufacturing wholly original products.  Euston pendant lamp is available in a variety of colours and finishes. 

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WIREFLOW

 

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ARIK LEVY – Immaterial Sculptures: Wireflow by Arik Levy Exploring geometries in two or three dimensions, Arik Levy designed for VIBIA the pendant lighting fixture WIREFLOW, an authentic sculpture of light in space. WIREFLOW reinterprets from a contemporary and original point of view the classical 

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CANDELABRO

 

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'Wood Touched By Light' Candelabro designed by Marivi Calvo for lzf is a suspended pendant light with ceramic birds and wooden paper-like lanterns hanging from a canopy. The playful product is available in a number of colourways and materials, with three dimmable lighting circuits.  lzf describe 

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Capsula pendant light

 

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Lucie Koldova has designed the Capsula Pendant Light for Czech handcrafted glass lighting company Brokis. Capsula pendant light is composed of two oval capsules of glass when external absorbs the internal and by permeating each other they complete compact form. The concept is visualized by two convex 

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Acorn and Butterfly Copper

 

Overview

Based in Oslo, Northern Lighting specialise in the creation of lights for different moods inspired by the unique Nordic nature, culture and society. Since the company was established in 2005 it has grown fast and now distributes to 45 countries. A big supporter of homegrown design talent, Northern 

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The Bloom Series

 

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Highly Commended at the British Wood Awards, The Bloom Series is MacMaster's Mid-Century inspired elegant and lightweight pendant collection. Made to order and created with beautiful Scandinavian Birch which glows and exposes the grain pattern as the light passes through and along the timber. These 

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Tekio

 

Overview

Inspired by traditional Japanese ‘Chochin’ paper lanterns, which date back to the 10th century, and Dickens’ travels to the Far East in 2010, Tekio derives its name from the Japanese word for ‘adaptation’. Transforming a traditional item into a new design-led entity, a 

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