Posts tagged as 'exterior lighting'

'38' by Omer Arbel for Bocci; photo by Spencer Hung

Following his ’28’ series of pendant lamps, the Vancouver- based architect and designer Omer Arbel has realised this series of striking lighting elements for the Canadian lighting specialists Bocci. Employing a similar technique to that originally developed by Arbel for the ’28’ collection, in this series ‘large glass spheres are blown, and then a multitude of white cavities are introduced into them haphazardly,intentionally intersecting and colliding with each other .’ ’38’ was showcased in a special large-scale lighting installation during this year’s Salone del Mobile at Spazio Rossana Orlandi. Watch ’38’ being produced in the video below.


Mon 24.10.

‘Vases’ lamps by estudi{H}ac for Vondom (ES)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 24.10.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Vases' outside Hotel Ingles during Feria Hábitat Valencia 2011; photo by Architonic

Jose Manuel Ferrero, the young Valencian designer and founder of estudi{H}ac practice has recently realised this family of white, large-scale lamps for the Spanish outdoor furniture specialists Vondom. Exhibited in September during the Feria Hábitat Valencia fair, the collection of sculptural, mushroom-like lights also provided an impressive focal point of a striking, site-specific outdoor installation ‘Un Bosque de Luz’ – Spanish for ‘A Forest of Light’ presented during the fair outside Hotel Ingles. (more…)

Children in India holding d.light's 'Kiran' solar lamp, which gives up to eight hours of light on a full battery and is up to five times brighter than a kerosene lamp; photo: Robin Chilton / d.light Design

Imagine, as a manufacturer, that your potential market is two billion consumers worldwide. This almost inconceivable figure is the ultimate scale of d.light’s ambition, a consumer-products company set up by a pair of social entrepreneurs in 2007 to design and product lighting solutions for the one in four people on this planet who live without electricity. With two million lives already positively affected by d.light’s innovative solar-powered lamps and counting, the company’s story is only just beginning. Architonic spoke to co-founder and CEO Sam Goldman about this life-changing project.


'Break' by Vibia

'Break' by Vibia

The Spanish manufacturer Vibia recently presented ‘Break’ a reduced and very architectural appearing outdoor lamp.

The designers, Xuclà & Alemany created large vertical, sculptural block that supports the lamp and the head that appears to separate, leaving open a small slit through which the beam of light emerges.

'Break' by uclà & Alemany for Vibia

'Break' by uclà & Alemany for Vibia

The massive concrete lamp comes in different sizes and finishes that allow it to fit into different environments: from the most industrial and urban concrete finish and the rustic rusted finish to modern lacquered finishes in white or silver. The available sizes are the 12-cm wall lamp, the 43-cm version is designed for smaller spaces and the the tallest with 81 cm height. The light passes through a methacrylate diffuser capable of enduring tough outdoor conditions.

more Vibia products @ Architonic

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘Break’ by Xuclà & Alemany for Vibia