Posts tagged as 'pendant light'

‘U336’ pendant light by Jørn Utzon re-released by Artek

The classic ‘U336’ pendant light designed more than half a century ago by the Pritzker Prize-winning Danish architect Jørn Utzon has been re-released by the famous Finnish manufacturer Artek. The neutral white finish and shell-like structure of this 1957 lamp echo Utzon’s most famous project he designed in the same year, the Sydney Opera House. (more…)

'Clinker' pendant light by Rich Brilliant Willing for Innermost

The New York-based multidisciplinary design studio Rich Brilliant Willing whose name derives from the beginning syllables of its three founders’ names: Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams, created the ‘Clinker’ pendant light for the British label Innermost. The wood-and-glass design follows the circular ‘Clinker’ coffee table RBW created for the same manufacturer in 2009 and the lamp was on view during this year’s Milan Salone del Mobile. (more…)

Gently glowing 'Moonjelly Corona' light by Limpalux

‘Moonjelly Corona’ is the latest addition to the award-winning series of sculptural pendulum lights designed by Anja Eder and Michael Römer – the designer duo behind Limpalux. Following the concept of the initial ‘Moonjelly’ model, this circular organically-shapped light is made of gill-like paper slats which ‘enwrap the light source and allow the light to flow down.’


'Juicy' by Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard for Ligthyears

The Danish designer duo Salto & Sigsgaard created this new pendant light for Lightyears. ‘Juicy’ will be presented at this year’s Euroluce from 12 – 17 April in Hall 9, stand C12.

Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard were asked to design an energy-friendly pendant for the dining table. The result is ‘Juicy’, a highly elegant lamp characterised by a slender shade which is seperated by a thin illuminated gap for the change of the light source. The diffuser is a honeycomb-filter, which effectively concentrates the light while preventing dazzling at the same time.


'Hippo' pendant light by A + A Cooren for Vertigo Bird

The Paris based design studio A+A Cooren will present this new series of lamps developed together with the Slovenian manufacturer Vertigo Bird at the ‘Nouvelle Vague – the new French domestic landscape’ exhibition during this year’s Milan Design Week at Centre Culturel Français, Palazzo delle Stelline, corso Magenta 63.

One special detail of the lamp is the fixure: the lamps are attached on a magnetic spindle. The rounded glass volume with the reflective metal calyx stays stable by the pull of magnetism. ‘Hippo’ is available as ceiling, suspension, wall, table and floor versions, with an economic fluorescent bulb


'Roofer' pendant lamp by Benjamin Hubert for Fabbian (IT)

Usually it involves a good few years of apprenticeship before you can start playing around with roof styles. Luckily, British designer Benjamin Hubert has scaled things a touch with this new ‘Roofer’ pendant lamp for Italian manufacturer Fabbian.


'Calabash' by Komplot for Lightyears

The Copenhagen based designer duo Komplot developed this pendant light made from spun aluminium with a reflective chrome finish for the Danish lighting manufacturer Lightyears. Inspired by the harmonic shape of the calabash pumpkin which has been used as bowls, water containers, musical instruments, etc. for centuries the designers created a contained but decorative little light which comes in two sizes and works well as a single piece or as a cloud of several.


Wed 16.3.

‘Super-Light’ by Fehling & Peiz (DE)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 16.03.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

"no need to conceal its cable"- 'Super-Light' by Fehling & Peiz

The German design duo Fehling & Peiz, known for their sculptural and playful objects such as the beautiful Chesterfield pig ‘Stillives’, recently completed this series of pendant lights. ‘Super-Light’ consists of nothing more than a bulb and a textile cable in various colours.