1+1=1(rhombus)

 

Overview

Designer Yufei Liang's work combines furniture design and the creation of handmade products, with a strong focus on the relationship between humans, nature and geometry.   1+1=1(rhombus) is the second part in a series of work on lighting that also includes 1+1=1(cube). The series focuses on 

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Perch Light

 

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London based architect, designer and maker of kinetic works Umut Yamac has created the Perch Light, a balancing sculptural light made of folded paper and brass. The lamp takes the form of an abstract bird which appears to be delicately balanced on its metal perch. The bird is illuminated through contact 

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Starry Light

 

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Budapest based designer duo Anagraphic, which consists graphic designer Anna Farkas and interior designer Miklós Batisz, present their Starry Light lamp collection, based on Anna's original idea of a lampshade as an art piece that reflects the starry sky. The uniqueness of the lamp lies in its 

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Zebra

 

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The designers and artisans of Barcelona based studio Moloform have introduced their first series of products, the lamps collectively known as Zebra. Zebra is a family of three lamps of minimal design, with pure and sober lines that bring to mind a strong Scandinavian style. Milled and folded aluminium 

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POP

 

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Stockholm-based design duo Martin Hedenström Ljung and Greta Ljung of Studio Ljung & Ljung have recently produced a series of lampshades together with the non-profit organisation Sop Moei Arts in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The POP lamps are handmade in smoked bamboo and metal, resulting in their 

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Crash & Bell

 

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Diesel's rock soul has taken shape thanks to a collaboration with Italian lighting specialists, Foscarini. The team created two pendant lamps which are as striking independently as they are complementary when displayed as a group. Inspired by percussion instruments, Crash & Bell have everything in 

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Patch of Sky

 

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Italian communication research centre Fabrica has created a set of three innovative lamps, known collectively as ‘Patch of Sky'. What is novel about these lamps is that they are connected to the internet, allowing the user to share in real-time the weather they are currently experiencing with loved 

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Sputnik

 

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Julie Lansom makes lamps with her hands. Long-time photographer and handcrafted decoration designer since 2013, Julie is a versatile artist, who swings between her camera and her design studio. Based in Paris, Julie keeps an immoderate love for nature, which can be found in her aesthetics. The importance 

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Less CPP N2: Porcelain vs Lava Lights

 

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Porcelain vs Lava is a series of wall lights and chandeliers with LED lighting, controlled by stroking the lava in their centres. The lava acts like a dimmer switch, altering an electrostatic field created by a sensor that prompts a microcontroller to turn the light on and off. The designers, great 

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Aballs

 

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The brief Jaime Hayon was requested to follow for the design of Aballs was to create a straightforward lamp which imbued the spirit of the client, Parachilna: rich materials, traditional skills blended with artisanal craftsmanship and impeccable finishes.  In terms of the visuals of the design, Hayon 

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Metafisica

 

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Metafisica, the new table lamp forged by the Diesel-Foscarini partnership, softly diffuses light through blown glass, a form which is seemingly suspended from the delicate metal cage.  The design team's intention was to create a mysterious and charismatic form, which would assume body and life even 

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BIDA Lamp

 

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Graduating from the HDK Wood Design School in Gothenburg, Sweden in June 2014, Love Hultén combines a small-scale-local-culture love with beautiful craftsmanship of the highest standard. As an innovator, Hultén fuses advanced technology with traditional artisan knowledge, creating a unique 

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Basket Lamp

 

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Designed and produced in collaboration with Kanaami-Tsuji, the Kyoto-based wire netting craftsmen, the Basket Lamp has been crafted using wire netting originally intended for cooking utensils. The same artisan-crafted wire, usually formed into implements for lifting blocks of tofu from boiling water for 

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Tuareg

 

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Tuareg boasts a decidedly sculptural presence, standing out in space with a strong totem-like appeal. The new project by Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini, consists of simple, elegant tubular elements which create a structure with a personality resembling an artistic installation. References to the world of 

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Woodspot

 

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Alessandro Zambelli has conceived Woodspot for Mantua-based furnisher Seletti. Zambelli's new table lamp is assembled and varnished entirely by hand. Joined to the moulded support are a base and a light diffuser, both in pine with a natural finish. The diffuser itself is available in ivory white, flesh 

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Anglepoise® + Paul Smith

 

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Anglepoise presented Anglepoise® + Paul Smith at Clerkenwell Design Week this year, a stunning new interpretation of the classic Anglepoise Type75TM table lamp. This Special Edition lamp combines the unmistakeable form and function of an Anglepoise with the unique handprint of Britain's 

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Kuu Lamp for One Nordic

 

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Kerstin Sylwan & Jenny Stefansdotter of Design Stories, use design as a tool for visualizing and enabling change. Their emphasis is on social and environmental issues. They work with the design method’s ability to make use of everything from tech to trash. The variation in materials inspires 

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Pylon

 

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Industrial and contemporary chic is what defines the latest from Diesel Living with Foscarini. Pylon was designed by the Diesel Creative Team and brought to fruition by Foscarini's know how. Its name comes from the electricity pylons which inspired its solid structure and iron architecture. But it is its 

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