Posts tagged as 'Milan 2013'

'Onyx' table by Dominic Plueer and Olivier Smitt for PlueerSmitt

‘Onyx’ table by Dominic Plueer and Olivier Smitt for PlueerSmitt

Swiss designers Dominic Plueer and Olivier Smitt share a common interest in “the abstract and the concrete with a preference for a suggestive rather than a dictating function” for their works. Their ‘Onyx’ table, shown at Milan Design Week 2013, with its non-traditional shape and namesake semiprecious agate composition is a manifestation of that suggestive function.

 

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'Notch' pendant light by Superéquipe

‘Notch’ pendant light by Superéquipe

Berlin based design collective Superéquipe presented their ‘Notch’ pendant light at Design Interfiction, an exhibition with the theme of digital culture, its principles and concepts, during Milan Design Week 2013.

 

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'Leather & Wood' collection by Kenny Vanden Berghe

‘Leather & Wood’ collection by Kenny Vanden Berghe

Kenny Vanden Berghe’s limited edition ‘Leather & Wood’ collection mixes new technologies and craftsmanship for a contemporary product that evokes a “50′s gentlemen’s club” style.

 

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Lux Redux: Euroluce 2013 – Part II

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.04.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

Renowned architect Zaha Hadid brings her office’s distinctive parametric style to bear on her ‘Aria’ pendant light for Slamp, which is formed of 50 layers of a material called Cristalflex, a techno-polymer patented by the manufacturer itself

Renowned architect Zaha Hadid brings her office’s distinctive parametric style to bear on her ‘Aria’ pendant light for Slamp, which is formed of 50 layers of a material called Cristalflex, a techno-polymer patented by the manufacturer itself

Need more light in your life? The second part of Architonic’s survey of high-end lighting design from this year’s Euroluce fair in Milan should provide the illumination you’re looking for. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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click here for Part I of ‘Lux Redux: Euroluce 2013′

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Lux Redux: Euroluce 2013 – Part I

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.04.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

Infinitely modular and endlessly configurable, 'Set' by J Ll Xuclà for Vibia cleverly uses light and shadow to produce unique illumination effects that create volume out of the insubstantial

Infinitely modular and endlessly configurable, ‘Set’ by J Ll Xuclà for Vibia cleverly uses light and shadow to produce unique illumination effects that create volume out of the insubstantial

We may live in somewhat gloomy times, but this year’s confident edition of Euroluce – the biennial international lighting showcase at the Milan Salone del Mobile – shone brighter than an old-fashioned 100-Watt light bulb. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

read this article in full on Architonic

 

click here for Part II of ‘Lux Redux: Euroluce 2013′

'OWD' desk by Eddie Figueroa and Giorgio Bonaguro

‘OWD’ desk by Eddie Figueroa and Giorgio Bonaguro, photo: Andrea Basile

Eddie Figueroa and Giorgio Bonaguro’s ‘OWD’ is a handmade wall desk with a novel feature; an elliptical hanging shelf below the desktop that travels along a rail from side to side for quick and easy configuration by the user.

 

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'Ripple' light by Poetic Lab + Studio Shikai

‘Ripple’ light by Poetic Lab + Studio Shikai

At Beyond Object, an exhibition at Salone Satellite during Milan Design Week 2013, several works by Poetic Lab + Studio Shikai were presented including ‘Ripple’, a project that combines light, shadow and glass.

 

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'Cone' chair by Xavier Lust for A Lot Of Brasil

‘Cone’ chair by Xavier Lust for A Lot Of Brasil

Xavier Lust’s ‘Cone’ chair for Brazilian design brand A Lot Of Brasil was inspired by nature’s curves, and built without a mould with an optimal economy of means.

 

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