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Posts tagged as 'lighting'

Tue 10.5.

Revolutionary Cells

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.05.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

CELLS, a lighting fixture designed for Reggiani by London studio Speirs + Major is versatile, easy-to-use, technically sophisticated and modular - and it comes in many happy colours

CELLS, a lighting fixture designed for Reggiani by London studio Speirs + Major is versatile, easy-to-use, technically sophisticated and modular – and it comes in many happy colours

In spite of its rich heritage, premium lighting brand Reggiani is looking to the future, with innovation, style and dragonfly eyes… (text by Shonquis Moreno)

 

read this article in full on Architonic

Tue 22.3.

Architonic in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 10 & 11

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Light + Building 2016

Light + Building 2016

Architonic was in Frankfurt all week last week attending and participating in Light + Building, the world’s biggest trade fair for lighting and building. Our last two Facebook photo galleries from this vast show are now up on Facebook.

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 10
Manufacturers shown here include: Artemide, RIBAG Licht AG, Delta Light, Linea Light Group, Nimbus Group, Arkoslight, Tobias Grau, Simes, Baltensweiler Leuchten

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 11
Manufacturers shown here include: Jung, Gira, Renz, basalte, EVOline, GI Gambarelli, Mantra, Zumtobel

Mon 21.3.

Architonic in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 7, 8 & 9

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Light + Building 2016

Light + Building 2016

Architonic was in Frankfurt last week to see the latest innovations and trends in lighting and building. Our intrepid team combed through the exhibits of Light + Building and captured the best design for viewing in our Facebook galleries. Here are three more from the show, enjoy!

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 7
Manufacturers shown here include: Designheure, Ango, Modo Luce, Vetreria Vistosi, LUMEN CENTER ITALIA, Brokis, Bover, Hind Rabii Sensitive Light, Anglepoise, Showroom Finland Oy, Georg Bechter LICHT, Filumen, LDM

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 8
Manufacturers shown here include: AYAL ROSIN, Licht im Raum, XAL, TRILUX, RZB, Wever & Ducré, Modular Lighting Instruments

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 9
Manufacturers shown here include: Arcluce, Kreon, REGGIANI, Daisalux, BUCK, Lamp, Waldmann, FLOS

Light + Building 2016

Light + Building 2016

More images from the biennial Light + Building exhibition in Frankfurt. Architonic’s roaming the aisles of this expansive show yields four more Facebook photo galleries of the best brands on display.

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 3
Manufacturers shown here include: BELUX, Sattler, Buschfeld Design, Mawa Design Licht- und Wohnideen GmbH, Occhio, Nimbus, Planlicht, B.Lux, Marset, Louis Poulsen, STENG LICHT AG

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 4
Manufacturers shown here include: Millelumen, Bruck, Formagenda, Nyta, Atelier Sedap, VIBIA, Catellani & Smith, ANTA Leuchten GmbH, GRIMMEISEN LICHT GmbH, oneLED, OLIGO Lichttechnik GmbH

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 5
Manufacturers shown here include: tossB, serien.lighting, Trizo21, Next, Luctra, MILAN Iluminacion, Fluvia, BRAND VAN EGMOND®, Illuminartis, Venetia Studium, dreizehngrad, Num Lighting, cordula kafka, Darø, David Trubridge, VISO, Graypants, LEDS-C4, Lasfera, Lzf, Iulite, Royal Botania, Martinelli Luce, Jacco Maris, Terzani

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 6
Manufacturers shown here include: Focus Lighting, Hera, Lightnet, Carl Stahl, RZB, Quasar, MASSIFCENTRAL, LIEHT, Karman, Estiluz, EBB & FLOW

Light + Building 2016

Light + Building 2016

Architonic is in Frankfurt, Germany for Light + Building, the world’s biggest trade fair for lighting and building. Here below are two initial Facebook galleries featuring a review of the best designs direct from the show floor.

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 1
Manufacturers shown here include: Eden Design, benwirth licht, Lumini, Schätti Leuchten, Carpyen, Ingo Maurer

 

> to Architonic Live in Frankfurt: Light + Building 2016, Part 2
Manufacturers shown here include: Philips, Dexter, Toscot, Tala, Ifö Electric, In-es.artdesign, DybergLarsen, Original BTC, Beadlight, Davey Lighting, CableCup, QisDesign, ewo, Santa & Cole

Mon 7.12.

Day&Night Light by Eléonore Delisse (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Day&Night Light by Eléonore Delisse, photo: Laurids Gallée

Day&Night Light by Eléonore Delisse, photo: Laurids Gallée

The Day&Night Light by Eléonore Delisse is designed to help users with seasonal affective disorder (SAD), the cyclic form of depression caused by changes in the circadian rhythm due to light level changes in fall and winter.

 

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Wed 2.9.

Shibari Lighting by Kateřina Handlová (CZ)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.09.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Shibari Lighting by Kateřina Handlová, photo: Anna Pleslová

Shibari Lighting by Kateřina Handlová, photo: Anna Pleslová

Kateřina Handlová’s Shibari Lighting is a set of hand blown glass pieces bonded together using the original technique of Japanese bondage, Shibari. Each glass shape has a different style of rope application according to a specific technique of Masters of bondage.

 

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Thu 30.7.

The Opening Velasca Project

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.07.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Opening Velasca Project, Torre Velasca Top Floor, photo: Santi Caleca

Opening Velasca Project, Torre Velasca Top Floor, photo: Santi Caleca

One of Milan’s best known symbols, the Torre Velasca, built in 1958 by architectural partnership BBPR and part of the first generation of Italian modern architecture, is the focus of a major relaunch project that will unite history and innovation.

 

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