Posts tagged as 'floorlamps'
'Pull' by the Konstfack design trio Whatswhat Collective
For the second time the Swedish manufacturer Muuto has called for designers of 20 design schools from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland to give their perspective on New Nordic design. This year’s winning product is the floorlamp ‘Pull’ by the Konstfack design trio Whatswhat Collective.
'Luca Lean' by maigrau
‘Luca’ is the new lighting series by the German designers Alexander Stamminger and Nik Back, both founders of the German manufacturing company maigrau. Including a leaning lamp ‘Luca Lean’ and a free-standing floor lamp ‘Luca Stand’, the family is composed of oiled oak bases and high-quality textile shades.
'Mantis' lamps by böttcher+henssler
‘Mantis’ is the new lamp series, consisting of a floor and a desk lamp, designed by the Berlin based studio böttcher+henssler. Composed of a wooden profile which contains a 300mm LED strip, a wooden base and an alumium tube that forms the hinge, the lights can be rotated continuously and adjusted to height easily.
'Extrablack' by Borja García
The young Spanish designer Borja García realised this ultra-light LED floor lamp made from graphite fibre. What we usually expect to be the lampshade turns out to be the body for the LED strip.
'Aurelia' lamp by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie
With her award-winning project ‘Pull-Over’, realised with the support of VIA (Promotion of Innovation in Furniture) in 2008, the Israel designer Bina Baitel presented a higly inventive floorlamp which is characterised by a luminous skin made from micro-perforated optical fibers connected to LEDs, passing through a layer of translucent silicone. The flexible skin can be unrolled over and over again through a simple movement in order to vary the light atmosphere.
The NextLevel Galerie in Paris dedicated its current exhibition to Bina Baitel’s work. The gallery is producing ‘Pull-Over’ lamp as well as Bina Baitel’s new Skins collection in limited edition. The exhibition runs from 16 September until 6 November, 2010.
Diffusors in various colours - 'Colour' (prototype) by Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, photo by Kalle Sanner
This delicate floorlamp is the result of a collaboration between the two Norwegian designers Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, co-founder of the recently seperated studio Norway Says. The free standing fully adjustable structure composed of monochromatic glass panels enables the user to compose light using diffusors in various colours.
'Impact' table by Noon Studio
The French British design duo Noon Studio gave us a little insight into their studio where they just completed two new creations for Arkheia – a southern French company which is specialised in the processing of concrete. Both pieces will be showcased at the currently ongoing maison & objets in Paris.
'Swan Lamp' by Tian Zhen
The Dutch designer Tian Zhen presented his new series of filigree lamps at this year’s Luminale, the satellite event during light+building in Frankfurt.
Both versions, the pendant as well as the floor light, are simply made from sheets of Tyvek paper sewn together and folded, without any extra hidden support. The lamps have a delicate leather base and slim wooden stands.