Posts tagged as 'wall lights'
‘Innerlight’ lamp by Simon Pengelly for Foscarini
The acclaimed British designer Simon Pengelly has created this minimalist, sculptural wall-mounted lamp for the Italian lighting specialists Foscarini. Composed of three, overlapping, translucent strips, the form of ‘Innerlight’ was inspired by the work of the American minimalist sculptor Richard Serra. Launched earlier this year during Salone del Mobile, the light is available in two colour versions: understated white or textured brown. (more…)
Volker Haug's 'Rudolph' porcelain pendant light, from his 'Antler' range
Presented during the recent London Design Festival under the auspices of the somewhat tongue-in-cheekly named group exhibition ‘Matilda’, which showcased the work of a number of Australian-based designers in the UK for the first time, Volker Haug’s highly graphic, highly architectural porcelain lighting enthralled visitors. (more…)
'Modulares Licht' ('modular lighting') by Robert Hoffmann
The German designer Robert Hoffmann presented this series of lamps at the DMY festival in Berlin this year.
‘Modular Lights’ (‘modular lighting’) are adjustable luminaries made of aluminium and steel. The basic technical structure with illuminants and joints bears the outside surface. By spinning and tipping the outer flats, the inner light-room of the ashlars breaks open. The spatial reception is changed. Slim lines of light transform into flats of light. The variability of the modules enables surprisingly new light-room-constellations.
With a closed surface
As a table lamp
to the Robert Hoffmann website
'Lea' by Alex Fernández for Bover
At this year´s Euroluce in Milan the Spanish manufacturer Bover presented a variable wall light designed by the Spanish designer Alex Fernández. The extremely discreet and architectural appearance is the result of a smart and very reduced metal sheet construction.
'Lea' by Bover
'Lea' by Bover
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'Rokko' by Kristof Pycke for Kreon
This year in Milan the Belgian manufacturer Kreon presented ‘Rokko’, a semi-recessed luminaire designed by Kristof Pycke. ‘Rokko’ requires minimal installation depth and can be installed in brickwork or cavity walls. Whether used indoors or outdoors Rokko can create a formal continuity in architecture from the interior to the exterior. The choice of light source offers a low voltage tungsten halogen or high power LED solution. Components are die-cast and painted to an external grade high quality finish in matt black or white to the visible fascia.
'Rokko' by Kreon
more Kreon products @ Architonic