BIDA Lamp

 

Overview

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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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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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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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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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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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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Anglepoise® + Paul Smith

 

Overview

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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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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Kuu Lamp for One Nordic

 

Overview

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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Original1227™ Brass Collection

 

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Iconic British brand, Anglepoise®, the makers of the iconic Original1227™ lamp, will launch at Light + Building in Frankfurt an authentic new Original1227™ Brass Collection. Heritage inspired colours, twisted, woven cable and traditional brass details create a smart, new identity for this 

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w102 Lamp

 

Overview

The Chipperfield w102 Lamp references an archetypal personal desk lamp for home or office use, and seeks to offer a fresh interpretation of the familiar on a domestic scale. The lamp is predominantly made from brass - a material commonly associated with lights, though not so widely used in contemporary 

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B30° / B35° Lamps

 

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Studio-ory members Jin Sik Kim and Yu Hun Kim's collaboration project ‘B30° / B35°' begins with a curiosity about essential characteristics of materials. "Our design direction is to ultimately reveal the essence of material: the gravity, mass and balance." When these elements are harmonised 

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Water Dream

 

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In response to a request to create a product that combines the features of a lamp and a shower for the world's top shower fixture producer Hansgrohe's luxury brand, Axor, Nendo decided to do something different. Instead of adding a light to a shower head, which one might expect, they added shower 

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Mona

 

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Lucie Koldova has just unveiled Mona, a new system for the light manufacturer Brokis where she is artistic director. Available in a ceiling or floor lamp version, Mona resumes the well-rooted codes of the young Czech designer: tinted glass shrouds the light with sensuous and functional 

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The New Old Light Table

 

Overview

Based in Taiwan, KIMU Design Studio create products that integrate into environments in natural and simple ways, believing that design exists in close proximity with humanity. They have recently added The New Old Light Table to their collection, a follow on from their New Old Light piece. The idea of the 

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Soundless Light

 

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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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