Monsieur Floor Lamp

 

Overview

Italian designer Marco de Masi has recently designed a large floor lamp for Officine Tamborrino. This is a new and exclusive brand for contemporary steel furniture items of Scaff System group, a leading company since 1957 in the production of steel structures for a range of uses and sectors. The lamp 

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iLLuminite

 

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iLLuminite is inspired by the search for a more unique and original approach to night lights and ambient lights. As it turns out, acrylic glass functions in a very similar manner to fiber optics: light up one side and the acrylic glass channels the light all the way through to the other side. More so, any 

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Lightscape

 

Overview

Paper is generally seen simply as a material to support the written word or to wrap, fold or provide simple decoration.  However, under discreet illumination, certain paper materials can reveal eye-catching texture and pattern qualities that are usually unrealised. This is the foundation of the 

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Rituals XL

 

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Ludovica and Roberto Palomba have introduced a new piece to the Rituals lamp collection, Rituals XL, produced by Foscarini. The Rituals family, with its different and complementary forms, volumes and proportions, now also has this extra-large version, a new irregular sphere in an impressive size which has 

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Inspiring Trees Table Lamp

 

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Portuguese Architect Joanna Santos Barbosa has created the Inspiring Trees Table Lamp, as part of her latest collection ‘Beyond Memory' for her own design company INSIDHERLAND. The lamp is inspired by Barbosa's personal fascination with the natural world, specifically with trees. Inspiring Trees is 

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Trellis

 

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Singapore-based production company Industry+ is dedicated to producing high quality contemporary design products made in Asia, working with a collection of forward thinking designers who combine industrial production with artisanal craftsmanship. Their debut collection was launched at London Design 

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Nomadic Light

 

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EKDESIGN, a studio run by Katharina Eisenkoeck, have created Nomadic Light, part of a larger collection of concrete and leather lights. Nomadic light is an approach to create a companion in the flux of domestic consistency. The three lights form a family of objects that adapt to the changing needs of 

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Equi Collection

 

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Kyla McCallum, whom Barbara Chandler recently crowned ‘London's new queen of origami', (May 9th 2014 Evening Standard) launched the Equi Collection at designjunction this year. The range includes the Equi Cone Pendant and a collection of textiles made using a unique range of metallised fabrics in 

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CSYS CLAMP

 

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The CSYS CLAMP is the latest in the CSYS range from Jake Dyson. The past years have been dedicated to the development of this lighting range incorporating functional motion mechanics and the designer's know-how and research, fulfilling a desire to challenge conventional mechanical movement and positioning 

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Arlo Table Lamp and Chandelier

 

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As part of September's London Design Festival, influential and innovative design studio Baroncelli launched the new Arlo table lamp at designjunction2014. The Arlo design is the latest addition to the development and evolution of the award-winning Flexus series by Baroncelli, first launched in 2011. The 

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Amp

 

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The Danish designer Simon Legald has designed a sophisticated range of lamps called Amp for Normann Copenhagen. The range consists of one table lamp and two pendant lamps. Amp is characterised by its high-quality materials of glass and marble that add a visual fragility and sensuous heaviness. Amp has a 

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Prop Light

 

Overview

"We have round lights, we have straight lights. We have them with lights on one side, we have them with lights on two sides. You can hang them high, low, horizontally, vertically or even hang them in an angle. Put them on the floor, hang them on your wall or down from the ceiling. We find it very hard to 

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1+1=1(rhombus)

 

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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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Dokka

 

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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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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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