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Minimalist Art Of Light: Concrete Lights Experiment

Fri, Apr 11, 2014 | Lights

Elim Cheng is an interactive designer who offers us a new way to experience concrete, combining it with the warmth of the light bulb, and volumes molded by unexpected objects, like plastic bags and paper boxes. Concrete Lights Experiment shows the problem of removing the plastic bottle without damaging the object, and the difficulty of obtaining results...Continue Reading...

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Skyline Lamp Series Inspired By The Stockholm Suburbs

Tue, Mar 11, 2014 | Lamps

Sometimes it’s surprising what things inspire the designers for their creations. The Skyline lamp series was inspired by the concrete buildings of a Stockholm suburb – its architecture and the graphic expression in buildings. The series comes in black and white, made from powder-coated aluminum, as well as brass. The brass was chosen because the...Continue Reading...

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Prisma Lamps Looking Like Minimalist Sculptures

Thu, Nov 21, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

Geometric designs have conquered the world, and you can see them everywhere – from home design to wedding décor. So designer Diana Dumitrescu follows the trends and creates some pieces with perfect geometry, foe example this Prisma lamp series. The series takes inspiration from the multifaceted quality of optical prisms and consists of a pendant, wall,...Continue Reading...

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Fire Within: A Wooden Pendant Light With A Burnt Interior

Wed, Nov 20, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

This Fire Within lamp is for those who like natural design – it’s an organic wood pendant lamp with a charred interior reminiscent of Japanese shou sugi ban timber. It was created by Karen Hare and Jason Hare, a Winnipeg design duo. The wood lamp features a burnt interior that glows when illuminated. An elegant copper handle allows the lamp to be picked...Continue Reading...

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Unusual Soft Pendant Lights Of Cement By Rainer Mutsch

Fri, Oct 18, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

We’ve seen many original cement lamp designs and here’s one more cool light to the collection – Soft Light by Austrian designer Rainer Mutsch, created for Italian lighting brand Molto Luce. Cement is a very solid material but these lamps seem appear soft and pliable. Each individual luminaire shade is molded manually from soft fiber cement: the...Continue Reading...

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Soft Lamp By Simon Frambach – A New Light Concept

Mon, Sep 9, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

I love soft and cozy things in home décor! And you? If you do, you’ll love this Soft Light by German designer Simon Frambach. It is a soft and flexible light shade made of foamed polyurethane. The advantage of this light is that can be placed in unused spaces like cavities in furniture and other places as an object that fills a void in one’s living...Continue Reading...

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Bond Pendant Lights Reminding Of Meteors

Thu, Sep 5, 2013 | Lights

What does classy design mean? Stylish look, great materials and attracting attention of the viewers though being an integral part of the interior. I’ve just found a pendant light that really comprises all these factors – it’s Bond by designer Bruno Rainaldi for the Italian brand Terzani. It consists of an opaque sphere suspended to a red wire with a...Continue Reading...

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Folded Lighting Collection Inspired By Origami Art

Fri, Aug 2, 2013 | Lamps, Lights

Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s. This art inspired Israeli product designer Ariel Zuckerman for creating an interesting lighting collection called Folded. The designer applied the techniques such as folding, stretching and...Continue Reading...

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Ultra Minimalist Table Lamp With An Ethereal Structure

Thu, Jul 25, 2013 | Lamps

New innovative technologies come to our life and even in lights. Lanx is a table lamp as a light source that uses the OLED which guarantees the extreme thinness. The designer Alessandro Marelli emphasized it using a simple laser-cut aluminum foil with a thickness of 3 mm veneer with sheets of walnut and subsequently folded. Thanks to the very thin and light...Continue Reading...

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