Posts tagged as 'table lamps'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.02.2014 - Tagged as: Hopf Nordin, table lamps
Laval table lights by Hopf, Nordin
Designers Andreas Hopf and Axel Nordin were inspired by the operating principle of kerosene lamps, an adjustable luminaire with clever routing of air through an adjustable burner and flue to maximise soot-less non-flickering illumination, for their Laval table lights.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.10.2013 - Tagged as: Ferréol Babin, table lamps
‘Roll’ lamp by Ferréol Babin
French designer Ferréol Babin’s ‘Roll’ lamp modulates its light output with rotational motion. Composed of two independent yet complementary elements, a tube with a light source and a base it rests on, by simply turning the tube a user can adjust its light.
‘Sunset’ lamp by Alban Le Henry for Great Design
Thanks to its resin and thermoformed methacrylate shell Alban Le Henry’s limited edition ‘Sunset’ lamp creates an opalescent effect with a slight transparency, resembling the sun’s glow when daylight fades.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.05.2013 - Tagged as: Ferréol Babin, LED, table lamps
‘Shutter’ lamp by Ferréol Babin
Newly graduated French designer Ferréol Babin has created a table and wall lamp called ‘Shutter’ with a hinged disc that controls the light from the lamp.
‘Leaf’ lamp by Broberg & Ridderstråle for Muuto
The Stockholm-based design duo Broberg & Ridderstråle have collaborated with the Danish furniture brand Muuto on this collection of neat and simple lamps called ‘Leaf’. Incorporating energy-efficient LED technology, the minimalist, organically-shaped light is available in two sizes and a range of soft pastel hues. (more…)
‘Station’ table/lamp by Angell Wyller Aarseth
Three young Norwegian designers and university friends: Simen Aarseth, Christoffer Angell and Øyvind Wyller have developed this minimalist, uniformly-black table-cum-lamp called ‘Station.’ As a modular system, ‘Station’ can be adjusted to be used at different heights – as a coffee table or a working desk which is individually illuminated by a conveniently-located light source. (more…)
‘Polka’ table lamp by Florent Coirier
The Parisian-based designer Florent Coirier has recently unveiled his latest table lamp design called ‘Polka.’ Exhibited for the first time during this year’s edition of the Paris Design Week, the simple turned-oak light incorporates the LED technology while its concealed pivoting joint enables full 360 degree rotation of the lamp. (more…)
Scooby-Doo lamp by Giorgio Bonaguro © Andrea Basile
Scooby doo is a modern lamp with simplified and reduced components to assemble it. It refers to the classicism in design, especially through the use of materials like copper for the base and a blown glass shade.