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Posts tagged as 'Zero'

Tue 4.2.

‘Fog’ lamps by Front Design for Zero (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.02.2014 - Tagged as:

'Fog' lamps by Front Design for Zero

‘Fog’ lamps by Front Design for Zero

The glass on the inside of ‘Fog’ lamps by Front for Zero, are sand blasted on the inside, graduated smoothly from completely covering the bottom to disappearing up near the metal socket, where the light source is well hidden.

 

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Sun 3.3.

‘Daikanyama’ lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.03.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Daikanyama' lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero

‘Daikanyama’ lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero

Inspired by the streets of the Tokyo district with the same name, Daikanyama is a pendant lighting system that zigzags between walls and and poles.

 

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Wed 29.6.

‘Fisherman’ pendant light by Mattias Ståhlbom for Zero (SE)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 29.06.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Fisherman' pendant lights by Mattias Ståhlbom for Zero; photo by Jonas Lindström & TAF

Now that’s what we call a catch! Inspired by the traditional glass fishing floats used by the fishermen around the world since mid-19th century, the Swedish designer and architect Mattias Ståhlbom of Stockholm’s TAF studio has created this series of subtle pendant lights for the Swedish lighting specialists, Zero. (more…)





The Stockholm based design and architecture studio TAF Arkitekter created this new strip light for the Swedish manufacturer ZERO. We met Mathias Ståhlbom from TAF and talked about the story of the piece. Enjoy!


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'Loom' by Benjamin Hubert for ZERO

Benjamin Hubert designed ‘Loom’ for the Swedish lighting manufacturer ZERO. Inspired by the traditional Chinese lantern the young British designer created a series of textile pendant lights, made from a high-tech 3D-woven polyester material.

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'Lens' by Jens Fager for ZERO

Back to roots: After times of formal experimentation and technical and aesthetic hig-end appearances it seems like the archtypical design found its way back to modern living rooms – original forms which refer to times, when things were above all appreciated for their usability. Some of the new creations by the Swedish lighting manufacturer ZERO took up this trend. Jens Fager’s series of lamps ‘Lens’ consists of two pendant lights and a table lamp. The lamp shades are made from painted aluminum and matt acrylic. The table lamp can be mounted on the adjustable table base or fixed through the table top.

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'Wood' table lamp by Fredrik Mattson

'Wood' table lamp by Fredrik Mattson

The collaboration between the Swedish manufacturer Zero and the Stockholm based designer Fredrik Mattson has been going on for several years now. At this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair the successful team presented ‘Wood’ (this product name seems to be popular this year), a new series of interior lighting. The base of each model is a cylindric veneered body which is connected to an accordant reflector – made from matt opal glass for the pendant lights and painted aluminum or copper for the table lamp.

'Wood' pendant lamp by Fredrik Mattson

'Wood' pendant lamp by Fredrik Mattson

'Wood' pendant lamp by Fredrik Mattson

'Wood' pendant lamp by Fredrik Mattson

'Wood' ceiling lamp by Fredrik Mattson

'Wood' ceiling lamp by Fredrik Mattson

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'Top' by Zero

'Top' by Zero

The Swedish manufacturer Zero recently presented ‘Top’, a new series fo interior lighting, designed by Tham & Videgård Hansson. The lampshades are made of painted metal, the diffuser of matt opal acrylic. The pendant version is special for the little wire which enables the user to adjust the angle of the shade.

'Top' by Zero

'Top' by Zero

'Top' wall lamp by Zero

'Top' wall lamp by Zero

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