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Posts tagged as 'Daniel Rybakken'

Wed 23.7.

Koka Restaurant by Bornstein Lyckefors (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.07.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

Koka Restaurant by Bornstein Lyckefors

Koka Restaurant by Bornstein Lyckefors

For Koka, a Scandinavian food restaurant in Gothenburg, Sweden by studio Bornstein Lyckefors, architect Johan Olsson chose soft lighting using Ascent, a lamp designed by Daniel Rybakken.



Tue 9.4.

‘Ascent’ lamp by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.04.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Ascent' by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan

‘Ascent’ by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan

Moving the light source along the stem of ‘Ascent’, Daniel Rybakken’s lamp for Luceplan, the light intensity goes from being turned off at the bottom position to gradually ascending to full light output at the top. Giving the user control over not only the light intensity, but also the spread of the light.




‘Layers’ light installation at the Swedish Institute, Paris, by Daniel Rybakken

A macro take on his ‘Color Lamp’ for Ligne Roset, Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken’s large-scale, outdoor light installation Paris’s Swedish Institute revisits the idea of layering and the effects it produces when combined with illumination. (more…)

Spazio Rossana Orlandi, as seen by Architonic

In the next instalment of our ever-popular photo tours, we feature an inspirational selection of images from what without a doubt had to be one of the most inspiring and eclectic exhibitions which took place as part of Fuorisalone during this year’s Salone del Mobile fair. Featuring the most interesting products and exhibitions by Piet Hein Eek, Petite Friture, Daniel Rybakken, Metalarte, booo studio and many more, our Spazio Rossana Orlandi album is a true kaleidoscope of beautiful, unique and curious colours, textures and forms. Enjoy!


to Architonic’s photo tour of Spazio Rossana Orlandi

Ricochet light, Daniel Rybakken 2012; photo by Kalle Sanner & Daniel Rybakken

On the occasion of the upcoming Salone Internazionale del Mobile fair (17 – 22 April), Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken has developed two separate installations which will showcase his most recent designs. Featuring ‘Ricochet’ and ‘Coherence’ lights and ‘Single Flower Vase’, the first project will be on view during iSaloni at Spazio Rossana Orlandi – a former tile factory in Milan’s Magenta neighbourhood. The second installation, on show at Luceplan Temporary Design Gallery on via Procaccini 1 will focus on a wall-mounted ‘Counterbalance’ light which was presented in 2011 and will now be launched by Luceplan. (more…)

'Light Tray' by Andreas Engesvik and Daniel Rybakken

The gallery Spazio Rossana Orlandi has always been one of my favourite destinations during the Milan Design Week. The selection of mostly limited editions of well-known designers but also undiscovered newcomers displayed in the beautiful old milanese villa has alwas been a highlight. This year, amongst others, the Norwegian designers Andreas Engesvik and Daniel Rybakken will present the result of their newest collaboration. ‘Light Tray’ – compound of a powder coated aluminium tray, hand blown, coloured glass domes and fixed light sources – allows us to compose light using diffusers in various combinations and colours.


Wed 10.11.

‘Tinted mirror’ by Daniel Rybakken (NO)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 10.11.2010 - Tagged as: , ,

'Tinted Mirror' by Daniel Rybakken

The young Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken is known for his subtle and decent work. The atmospheric influence of light and reflections is the central theme of his projects. With ‘Tinted mirror’ he unites two seperate objects, a wall mounted mirror and a hanging coloured glass plate to one three dimensional product, reaching from the wall out into the room. Depending on the ambient light the cast shadow on the wall changes over the course of the day.


Diffusors in various colours - 'Colour' (prototype) by Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, photo by Kalle Sanner

This delicate floorlamp is the result of a collaboration between the two Norwegian designers Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, co-founder of the recently seperated studio Norway Says. The free standing fully adjustable structure composed of monochromatic glass panels enables the user to compose light using diffusors in various colours.


For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘Colour’ by Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik (NO)