Gabriel Chandelier

 

Overview

A dramatic new chandelier created by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec with the support and expertise of Swarovski has been lighting up the entrance to the King's Grand Apartments at the Palace of Versailles since November 2013. Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec won the commission through a competition launched in 

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SUN

 

Overview

Throughout history the sun has played an important role in people’s lives. In Norway perhaps even more so than elsewhere – in northern Norway people live without sunlight for almost six months every year. We call this phenomenon “dark hours” or “polar nights”. During 

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Daylights

 

Overview

A series of lamps or artificial windows inspired by plantation shutters. Rather than mounted, the shutters are secured to a bare wall and contain an artificial light source. Each individual slat is lined with LEDs that replicate the colour temperature of daylight.  The light emitted is reflected 

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Topshelf

 

Overview

Topshelf is a linear LED product for shelf and joinery lighting. Available in 500,750 and 1000 lumens per metre, switched or dimmable and even with RGB colour change for shadow gap and washlighting applications. Topshelf is a custom profile that angles the LED's to the optimum angle to achieve 120 degree 

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Aqua Creations

 

Overview

Aqua Creations Lighting & Furniture Atelier has produced an innovative custom -lighting fixture made in collaboration with its Swiss representative Sphinx. The aim was to make an impressive yet understated centre piece that would merge with the space and give it a contemporary feel. The installation 

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SHOAL

 

Overview

The sculptural work Shoal was launched in 2007 by Dominic and Frances Bromley, under their British label Scabetti. Fine bone china fish, each 16cm long and carrying delicate sculpted detail, envelop a light source creating a captivating sculptural form. Each fish is lit not only by reflected light from 

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Trapezoid

 

Overview

"Trapezoid" is a light weight stool that can be stacked in an alternative and convenient way. This is realized by the easy way of sliding one stool laterally over another. The concept of the stacking system was inspired by the way shopping carts in the supermarket connect with one another, with the 

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CHROMAtex.me

 

Overview

Site specific installation by SOFTlab CHROMAtex.me was installed at the bridgegallery in the Lower East Side of New York City from September 2010 through October 2010. It was constructed of 4,416 panels of high gloss photo paper. Each panel is a specific color and geometry to fit its unique placement 

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