An orb is an unexpected, typically circular artifact that occurs in flash photography, it’s also the name and the inspiration for Orbs, a series of light fixtures to be presented by Blond Belysning at the 2013 Stockholm Furniture Fair.
“By working with different colour temperatures on the light sources, Orbs recreates the phenomenon for the naked eye.” says Blond Belysning. Orbs is one of four new Blond Belysning light fixtures to be presented in Stockholm.
Naula, the Finnish word for nail, is a bollard by Vesa Honkonen “which seems to constantly be moving. With a glare free light, Naula directs the light forward to the pathway intended for the light.”
Lyhty, the Finnish word for lantern, is a pendant light by Timo Ripatti made of a thin and near translucent material that functions as a sound absorber. “By working with double layers of the sound absorber and a direct light distribution, Lyhty is a fixture which ensures a good acoustic- and light environment.”
Street life by Beata Denton and pS Arkitektur takes its inspiration from a city block, seen upside-down.