Tag Archives: lighting design

OBJET DU JOUR – FADE PENDANT FAMILY by TOM DIXON

THE POLYCARBONATE LIGHT CANON – FADE lights are created through a process of blow moulding and vacuum metallisation to achieve pendants with abundant and unusual luminosity. over several years we have worked with some forerunners of german engineering and manufacturing to develop these techniques and produce lamps that create the latest in reflectivity and transparency. […]

OBJET DU JOUR – NOOT NOOT by MARCEL WANDERS for MOOOI

FAIRY TALE –   UHUH, PURR & NOOT NOOT (owl, rabbit & penguin) are a series of table lamps by MARCEL WANDERS for MOOOI with their very own personalities & characteristics. rounded, endearing & elegant, they find their place in any kind of interior climate & environment. their frosted glass bodies, decorated with touches of gold, […]

OBJET DU JOUR – YANZI by NERI&HU for ARTEMIDE

PURE AESTHETICS – The activity of Neri&Hu is founded on constant research and the desire to work on the dynamic interaction of experience, detail, material, shape, and light, rather than adapt to stereotyped formulas. In a blend of tradition and innovation, Yanzi is a lightweight composition of graphic signs. Balanced structures, such as branches or perches, […]

OBJET DU JOUR – AGNES CHANDELIER by LINDSEY ADELMAN

INDUSTRIAL LOOKS REDEFINED – originally conceived as a candelabra, AGNES takes its inspiration from the fictional heroine of the same name, a worker in the world’s oldest profession during the 1849 california gold rush. the modular system would allow AGNES easy setup in her makeshift “workspace.” in this version, glowing glass tubes replace the candles. articulated joints […]