Originally a Bell Jar was mainly used as a means for displaying an object within but in the Niche Modern line up, the Bell Jar itself is on display and with a generous opening of hand blown glass, the dagger of light from our sexy Edison style bulbs can shine gloriously, without distraction.
‘Niche Modern Bell Jar,’is an hand blown pendant light designed by Jeremy Pyles, manufactured by Niche Modern.
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Our lighting design intent responded to the Architects request to create warm and home-like spaces, while expressing the architectural massing. We also gave special attention to the local foliage in the landscape to create a sense of a nature and peacefulness
The exterior lighting approach focused on the facade and landscape illumination. Approaching the main entrance, V-shaped roof supports conceal uplights which give the entry portal its warm, inviting glow. The stacked and cantilevered roof tops that arrange the facade are illuminated with the reflected glow of downlights, which also cast a bright warmth down the wooden and stone side walls. The pool area has back-lit decorative screens as the border around the top focal wall of the space. Illuminated wall niches create a mysterious sparkle above the water line.
Playful, elementary and useful this pendant light allow you to realize creative light arrangement. Made just from lamp socket and a colorful cable, this lamp will bring an old school touch to your decor.
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The Cascade Light design by renown designer Lindsey Adelman is a pendant chandelier featuring a modular structure. Articulated joints allow bulbs to be rotated in different ways. The bulbs can be completely vertical, in a churchlike state or at irregular angles in a more whimsical arrangement.
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Minhaert has designed this miniature chandelier, a model of energy efficiency. The glass-encased chandelier features ten fine gilt arms, each topped with a tiny glowing light and a delicate hanging golden chain and. The chandelier lives inside of a glass shade, protecting its delicate features.
Industrial Design students, Niya Stoimenova, Kristina Nikolova, Lennard Bunk, Ido van der Wolf, Luiza Galska from The Hague University of Applied Sciences in Netherlands has developed as part of the curriculum, a self-sufficient outdoor air filter and urban lighting system.
IDair is a result of 8 weeks work and extensive desktop and international research. Its technology is energy-efficient and operates off the grid, gathering solar energy during the day to use for air-filtration and for LED lighting at night. It is designed in accordance with the current trends and customers’ needs and it’s a tool for forward thinking municipalities to show the world their commitment to a greener future: (for more information see the attachment below). As part of the design process we are in the middle of concept testing and your website, being one of the most visited and innovative, will provide us with the opportunity to really test the concept and to connect to the community we are aiming for – people interested in innovation; people who know that the future really does matter.
Lighting specialists Artemide and fashion brand ISSEY MIYAKE are proud to announce their participation at
Clerkenwell Design Week this May. Situated in the prime location of the Farmiloe Building’s main window on St Johns Street, Artemide and ISSEY MIYAKE will curate a spectacular installation of the IN-EI light range, a collection of lights born from a collaboration marrying Artemide’s lighting expertise and Issey Miyake and his Reality Lab.’s innovative approach to material and design.
“IN-EI” is Japanese for “shadow, shadiness, nuance”. Each lampshade is created using 2 or 3D geometric principals, where light and shade harmoniously alternate. Miyake’s unique folding technology creates both statuesque forms as well as sufficient solidity. The structure of the recycled material, together with an additional surface treatment allows these shades to perfectly keep their shape without the need for internal frame, and to be reshaped when needed. Read More…
On occasion of the 52nd edition of the Salone del Mobile, Joost van Bleiswijk launched his new Construction Lamps collection for the renowned Dutch design label Moooi.
The Construction Lamps were presented at Moooi’s Milan exhibition: find your way home to Moooi’s ”unexpected welcome” and were accompanied by the current and new collection by, among others, Marcel Wanders, Studio Job and Nika Zupanc, shown in a setting of iconic, rich and colourfully dressed living quarters.
The lamps are inspired by metal factory constructions, electricity poles, and constructive elements.
This collection, like other designs from Joost, originate from his inventiveness and curiosity combined with expert skills and industrial tools.
The Construction Lamps are available in matt black and white combined with wood.
Acclaimed lighting designer Sharon Marston will be presenting a range of specially selected designs at the new and exciting INTERIORS LDN next month.
Sharon Marston is a London based lighting designer renowned for her sculptural use of fibre optics. Materials, craftsmanship and techniques are cleverly interwoven into her light features in surprising innovative ways. As a result, her work has a fluidity, drama and sculptural quality that clearly sets it apart from other contemporary light designs. The spectacular Flight, Amber, Morelle, Dujardin, Diore and Cluster are the six chosen designs to illuminate Marston’s stand at INTERIORS LDN. Read More…
David Trubridge always intellectualized his design, the symbolic behind this pendant light design is the heaviness a bag enlighten by the knowledge hence the name, Basket of Knowledge.
David Trubrige’s words about what inspired him;
They hold the knowledge of the natural world (Kete Arounui), the spiritual world (Kete Tuaatea), and our rational world (Kete Tuauri). The knowledge needs to be in balance for us to live harmoniously on Earth.
Fiet is an interactive light sculpture that visualizes the emotional impact of movement. The object is built out of hundreds of cones which emphasize the motion of the surface. The points of the cones move closer to each other or expand when the skin is moving. All this happens by the influence of sounds surrounding the object. You will see the sculpture become stressed when there is a sudden noise, but when it ’s quiet and peaceful it will move in a comfortable manner. It ’s like a living organism that interacts with its environment.
Chilean architecture studio, Gt2p is coming up with ‘Vilu,’ al light collection design for DHP brand. With this new design Gt2p brings together old and new, digital techniques and craftmanship, to form this new collection. Read More…
Channels released a new collection of lights handcrafted in wood added to the Finnieston Collection The collection now includes the Finnieston Wall Lamp, Finnieston Bookcase and Tripod Tables. The very original bookcases’ shelf extends beyond limits of the perpendicular mounts.
‘Luci,’ Green Transportable Light is different than any other. ‘Luci’ is an inflatable, water-resistant bright LED solar lantern with three light settings – dim, bright and emergency flashing. The developers had on mind to empower the developing world through solar power, providing greater equity to those without access to electricity. Luci was designed to be independent of a power grid. The lamp can be recharged in the sun in six hours and then produce six to 12 hours of light. The light runs in three different modes, low, high, or a distress mode where it flashes.
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KŌH Concepts announced today the global launch of its first home design product, the KŌH Lamp. With its warm glow, flexible usage and creative design, the KŌH Lamp is a mood setter, space saver and conversation starter. The KŌH Lamp, offered in eight shades, is all that is needed to transform workspaces and living areas.
The concept of the KŌH Lamp was inspired during a trip to a village in Africa. Each night the villagers would gather around the campfire to discuss their days. To set the mood, they would place light bulbs inside coloured canisters to create complementary lighting. Paired together with the warm glow of the fire, this created a soothing backdrop for friends and family to come together and catch up.
Katja Pettersson’s latest designs, the Sausage and the Bubble Gum Lamp were featured in the ‘’Glass Elephant’’ exhibition, Stockholm Design Week’s signature exhibition which ran from 5-9 February. The exhibition explores the properties of glass as a material and muse, and tells a story about the meeting of contrasts.
The Sausage and the Bubble Gum Lamp are based on basic assumptions we all have. ‘’Social agreements and information that we take in by our senses. But can you sense a taste by seeing a form?’’ Katja asked herself.