May 2021

Posts tagged as 'strip lights'

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!

more ZERO products @ Architonic

'Slot' by Matthias Ries Design Office

In occasion of this year’s Salone del Mobile the German Design Council opened the touring exhibition ‘Design Deutschland 2010’ and showcased 100 new pieces of established German studios and manufacturers next to 23 prototypes of young and upcoming designers. For those who did not have the chance to visit the exhibition in Milan: Next station will be New York from 15 – 18 May at Javits Convention Center during this year’s ICFF.

‘Slot’ by Matthias Ries Design Office is a multi-purpose table composed of a classical linoleum bord and an unreckoned leg construction. Their design provides structural strength in vertical, horizontal and diagonal directions, which additionally helps to strut the table.

'Poke' by Formfjord

The Berlin based designers of Formfjord presented this brand new prototype of a strip light. The elegant case consists of two identical halves of smartly bent sheet metal.

'Fridjof' by Johannes Hemann

'TEA' by llot llov

'Concrete' by Atelier Steffen Kehrle

to the German Design Council website

to the Formfjord profile @ Architonic

to the llot llov profile @ Architonic

Thu 16.4.

strip by Jo Hecht for f-sign

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 16.04.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'strip' is made of an aluminium profile 25x25mm

'strip' is made of an aluminium profile 25x25mm

With ‘strip’ by Jo Hecht the firm of f-sign is once more presenting a lamp series which fits perfectly into the German manufacturer’s minimalist collections. Here too the body of the lamp consists of anodised, chrome-plated or brushed aluminium. The halogen lighting source is integrated into the slim profile (25 x 25 mm) and provides dazzle-free light. The lamp is suspended from two thin, stainless-steel wires. Strip is available as a wall-mounted, standing or table lamp and as a pendant lamp in versions ranging from 120 to 520 cm.

Detail of the 'strip' suspension lamp

Detail of the 'strip' suspension lamp

more products of f-sign

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai strip by Jo Hecht for f-sign