HIGHLIGHTER - DL

 

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Highlighter-DL, Long Run Modular LED Delineation System Highlighter-DL is a modular direct view LED lighting system developed by GVA Lighting to help architects outline skyscrapers where penetration into the buildings for multiple power/data feeding points are not allowed and when the lighting fixtures 

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THE WAKA

 

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A fitting to warm the heart of the family home The Waka Light was designed for the central space of the First Light House, New Zealand's entry to the US Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon in September 2011. The house is inspired by the traditional New Zealand holiday beach house or kiwi "bach". The 

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GLOWING LIGHT BALL BENCH

 

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The Glowing Light Ball Bench created by Manfred Kielnhofer was present at the Light Art Biennial Austria. The bench, which has a very simple design, consists of three light balls and two wooden board perforates that lay over the light balls. Contrasting structural dynamics of the artist Manfred 

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L90

 

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The L90 luminaire/lighting system is intended for mounting into the standard EURO tracking system, as well as for direct wall mounting for both direct and indirect illumination. It can use LED sources (individual or linear), fluorescent T5 or compact fluorescent light sources. Several different versions 

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DUSK

 

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Dusk was designed for Molly who requested a dimmable, energy-efficient, calming and meditative lamp for the home studio where she conducts her yoga practice. Dusk's light source is from a LED bulb. The light is warmly diffused by an internal cylindrical translucent shade. Stacked aluminum deflectors 

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LUMENISK

 

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Outdoor Lighting Elements made from stainless steel wire mesh LUMENISK light columns are light sources and design objects in their own right. They can be used in many different public outdoor areas, as well as private gardens. During the daytime they are contemporary decorative sculptures, whilst at 

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SQILL

 

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In any statement piece position, Sqill illuminates free of unsightly cables, creating an ambience rarely seen before. Projecting a pool of low level light to submerge and bathe in, combined with its mesmerising up lighting, Sqill creates a sensuous warming glow from a previously unconsidered geographic. 

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REGATTA

 

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About sailing, summer and light. Regatta, designed by Thomas Malmberg, was from the beginning produced for an art and design exhibition. With inspiration from sailing and sea he worked with the goal of giving the lamp an unique design but at the same time try to avoid a complex manufacturing. The 

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TRAY LAMP

 

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Tray lamp is based on a combination of two iconic objects; the metal tray and a traditional carbon filament lamp. The combination serves two functions. The opal white glass globe provides a comfortable, dimmable light, and the tray makes a perfect storage for small items. Designed by Jonas Wagell, 

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GIA

 

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Durable, uncompromising, rock 'n' roll, beauty... All of these words describe the new family of fixtures called Gia. Gia, short for Giacometti, has found its inspiration from the sculptor Alberto Giacometti (1901 - 1966) as well as from the world's first supermodel Gia Carangi (1960-1986). The Gia 

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CRISALIDA

 

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A delicate and innovative creation by DRESSLIGHT Barcelona in collaboration with Antonio Miro. On a simple polyethylene base covered with exquisite natural silk it acquires excellence in terms of the way it is made. A luminaire with fluid and harmonious shapes that synthesizes beauty and comfort in 

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DAPPLE

 

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Dapple (ceiling-6) is part of a new vocabulary of freestyle lighting devised and made by Ango, with the overall form of the chandelier a double closed helical loop in mild steel tube returning on itself with very fine jewel-like illuminated elements positioned at each node. The diffusers to the light are 

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CLOUD SOFTLIGHT MOBILE

 

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Cloud softlight mobile, designed by Stephanie Forsythe + Todd MacAllen and produced by molo, creates a luminous, undulating overhead canopy that provides a feeling of spatial intimacy. The mobile structure provides atmospheric light and a sense of enclosure and has the pragmatic function of allowing for 

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BLANCOWHITE

 

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We all know that the energy efficiency of LED is very good (little consumption with high luminance) and that its duration is very long (practically inexhaustible). But we also know that, because of its straight directionality, the light of the LED can easily dazzle whoever is looking at it and become 

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ARMADILLO

 

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Armadillo, a new texture for light Armadillo, is a design by Spanish designer Eslava. Its shape reminds us of that strange mammal from Southern America whose activity starts at sunset. Armadillo gives a warm light, almost as timid as this little animal's attitude at dawn. The lamp, woven in a coat of 

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SUSPENDED

 

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Lumination LED Luminaire - Suspended 1200x300mm GE's Lumination LED luminaire, when supplied in a suspended format, has a provocative, minimalist design that delivers remarkable light output in an ultra-thin profile. This is a whole new visual aesthetic which combines direct and indirect lighting in one 

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LUMINATION-RECESSED

 

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Lumination LED Luminaire - Recessed 600 x600mm This superb recessed fitting is ideal for office and retail settings. This really is the first true alternative to Linear Fluorescent lighting in an office environment, providing the perfect solution for reception areas, breakout rooms, meeting rooms, board 

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LUMINOSITY

 

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British design company Tom Dixon launches ‘Luminosity' a showcase of new lamps, lights and shades presented in a series of illuminated environments, at MOST, a festival of design, innovation and culture to be held at the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology in Milan. Luminosity is an 

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