Posts tagged as 'table lamp'
Oud Table Light by Nat Cheshire for Resident
Oud is a desk lamp. Its single, polished brass armature follows a continuous and unbalanced line, concealing all the mechanisms of a warm LED lamp.
A sphere of polished crimson marble rests on a brass leg: its diameter is fitted to the palm, a quarter-turn operates the internal switch, and its weight – pushed off the axis of rotation by a skew in the channel – counterbalances the projection of the lamp.
Detail shot of the 'Arms chair' by THINKK + Studio248; design by THINKK Studio
Two Thai design studios THINKK run by Decha Archjananun and Ploypan Theerachai and Studio248 founded by Jakkapun Charinrattana have joined their creative forces to develop a new series of furniture and the outcome of this collaboration, a four-piece collection of beautifully simple, everyday designs will be presented at Ventura Lambrate during this year’s Salone del Mobile fair. Comprising a chair, a multifunctional, adjustable closet, a crane-inspired table lamp and sculptural stackable vase, the entire collection has been developed in ash wood, bar the ‘Merging Top’ vase whose design is composed from ash wood, marble and ceramic. (more…)
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 10.11.2011 - Tagged as: Giorgio Bonaguro, Italy, table lamp
'Tweety' table lamp by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Sergio Bianco
The Milan-based industrial designer Giorgio Bonaguro has realised this simple table lamp which, as he explains, resembles ‘a bird hanging on its birdcage.’ Aptly named ‘Tweety’, the light is composed of two parts: an energy-efficient class ‘A’ lightbulb connected to a coloured wire, and a white, polymethylmethacrylate body from which the source of light is suspended. Available in three colourways, the design has recently been awarded ‘best design’ award in the ‘Lighting – Professionals’ category at the Salao Design 2011 contest which took place during Casa Brasil fair.
'Kondo' table lamp by Christian Vivanco for Almerich
Presented earlier last month during the Feria Hábitat Valencia, this simple, geometric lamp by the Mexican designer Christian Vivanco ‘is an answer to a basic question: How can a simple and functional object convey one of the most iconic elements in oriental architecture?’ Named after Kondo – ‘the centerpiece of an ancient Buddhist temple’s garan’ (a Japanese abbreviation, literally meaning ‘garden for monks’), this simple, geometric lamp is constructed from two laser-cut metal sheets and is available in two sizes; ‘Kondo XL’ and a smaller ‘Kondo S’. (more…)
'Tree' table lamp by Estudi Ribaudí for Faro (ES)
Estudi Ribaudí, the Spanish design studio led by Jordi Ribaudí has recently realised this collection of curiously detailed table, floor and pendant lamps for the Catalan manufacturer Faro. Called ‘Tree’, the black-and-white series ‘was created from the interaction between humans and their natural environment to offer harmony and light.’ (more…)
'Beam' table lamp by Christian Vivanco
The young Mexican industrial designer Christian Vivanco has created this ‘tiny’ pine-and-plastic (thermoformed mma) table lamp. The compact geometric design accentuates the contrasting qualities of the two materials and stems from Vivanco’s interest in ‘the possible relationship between a visibly heavy object and something ephemeral and inert as light’. (more…)
'Mr. Light' short by Javier Mariscal for Nemo
Nemo is the lighting brand of the Italian manufacturer Cassina. At this year’s Euroluce in Milan Nemo launched a re-edition of several design icons of the 20th Century as well as wide range of novelties created by renowned designers and famous artists. Amongst them ‘Mr Light’ a charming table lamp by the Spanish designer Javier Mariscal. It is especially characterised by its figurative elements, such as the raising hat that enables to guide the light in different directions.
'Forest of Evolution' by Naohiko Mitsui
One highlight during the Salone del Mobile 2011 was this light installation by Naohiko Mitsui / Triumph Design for the Japanese manufacturer Lumiotec in Zona Tortona. ‘Forest of Evolution’ was a magical space of only 24 square meters displaying ‘TLEE’, a large futuristic tree made by nine OLED panels. Beside this there was a number of different objects that include OLED technology.