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Thu 29.9.

50 Shades: Linea Light Group

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.09.2016 - Tagged as: ,

50 Shades: Linea Light Group

The pool illumination makes the Caramel Grecotel both safer and more luxe


Leading contract-lighting manufacturer LINEA LIGHT GROUP boasts an enviable catalogue of reference projects that turn up the inspirational wattage. (text by Shonquis Moreno)


read this article in full on Architonic

'Granny' pendant lamp by Pudelskern Design for Casamania (IT)

'Granny' pendant lamp by Pudelskern Design for Casamania, 2010

There’s somewhat of a contradiction at the heart of Casamania’s new pendant lamp ‘Granny’, designed by Pudelskern Design and shown at the recent Maison & Objet design fair in Paris: a light (and, ergo, heat) source that sports a natural-wool covering. The aesthetic is industrial-design-meets-toothy-craft. While the wool comes from Tyrolian sheep, the lamp itself is knitted by hand in the Netherlands. You’ll be pleased to hear the material is fire-retardant…


to the Casamania collections on Architonic

Fri 10.7.

‘Crate shelf and Clamp light’ by Martin Born

Posted by Line Numme on 10.07.2009 - Tagged as: , , ,

Crate shelf by Martin Born

Crate shelf by Martin Born

The modules of the Crate shelf can be composed in full freedom of alignment and orientation. This three-dimensional predicate uncloses applications inaccessible to the typological wall-form: Choreographed “movements” and sophisticated access paths are as easily realised as more ordinary setups. Together with a nuanced palette of colours, the system gives architects an immense freedom in elaborating and coordinating the storage piece as an active design element.

Clamp light by Martin Born

Clamp light by Martin Born

The plug-in reading and accent light Clamp has a very figurative character and appears more as a ‘neighbour object’ than a technical illumination instrument. The lamp is powered by a recharchable battery and contains a LED light source.

These two wonderful products were designed by the young German designer Martin Born who was based in Helsinki and now just opened his new studio in Eindhoven.

more products by Martin Born @ Architonic

to the Martin Born website