The Swedish design and architectural practice Claesson Koivisto Rune realised, in close cooperation with the wood pulp producer Södra, this new table lamp for the young lighting label Wästberg. We met Ola Rune, co-founder of Claesson Koivisto Rune and Henrik Wettergren from Södra at tis year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair and talked about the intresting processing of this piece. Enjoy!
'The Nest' rattan Lounge chair by Per Brolund and Em Riem, produced by Cambodian Modern Rattan
WWF initiated the design and production of contemporary, sustainable rattan furniture together with Swedish designers, graduates from Lund University, in cooperation with local producing companies. The European Union funded programme focuses on sustainable production and processing of rattan in the Mekong region. The first results were exhibited during this year’s Ambiente Fair in Frankfurt.
halloessen and Kontor Kontur exhibition at Greenhouse 2011 in Stockholm
This year’s Greenhouse – the young designer’s exhibition during the Stockholm Furniture Fair – had again a lot to offer. One of the most beautiful exhibitions was the shared booth of the German designers from halloessen and the Gothenburg based designer trio Kontor Kontur – an artful interplay of graphical decoration, delicate textile design and sophisticated furniture and accessories.
Benjamin Hubert's 'Crane' task light for Swedish manufacturer Örsjö
Young British designer and winner of numerous design awards Benjamin Hubert has created a highly architectural task lamp for Swedish manufacturer Örsjö, currently on show at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2011.
'Subdivision' luminaire by Atelier Takagi, limited Edition of three pieces
The US designer Jonah Takagi recently unveiled his new creations within his first solo exhibition at Civilian Art Projects in Washington DC. ‘Subdivision’, a LED table lamp, inspired by the ubiquitous public lighting, is composed of a cast concrete base and a blackened steel armature.
The French designer Cyril Afsa realised this impressing table lamp for Specimen Edition and BSL Galerie in Paris. The geometric pattern was inspired by “muqarnas”, artificial stalactites known from traditional arabic architecture. Due to the three-dimensional structure – made of 3D printing – the light of the fluorescent tube is diffused to a sophisticated pattern of light.
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