Monthly Archives: September 2015

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Volume and Maggiolina are the new lighting design collections by .exnovo – a pioneer in the use of professional 3D printing to manufacture lighting accessories and furnishings. You can see .exnovo collection at Maison et Objet in Paris -Hall. 8

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Design that makes Kristine Five Melvær create emotional bonds between object and user. By searching for the sensual essence of phenomenas, she translates these qualities into sensuous objects with a scandinavian simplicity. Bloom is a series of three table lamps

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Decorative Lighting

Northern Irish artist and designer Rachel O’Neill works at the interface between art and design using a variety of tactile materials to create wonderfully playful one-off installations and limited edition pieces for corporate and private interiors and special events.  Taking

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The idea of a plank of wood is transformed into a lighting object, illuminated by dimmable LEDs. Conceived by Frida Ottemo Fröberg and Marie-Louise Gustafsson for Northern Lighting, the lamps are made from pure raw wood, their appearance referencing that

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Paper as Sculpture

Specific paper installations by Andreas Kocks are multiple layers of paper, usually in white or black, that is precisely cut, such that they peel and ripple in dynamic motions off the gallery walls.

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The Swedish designer Pontus Ny designed a series of candlesticks ” Nocto “. Small colorful modern lines which host a candle pieces. Manufactured in zinc, candlesticks ” Nocto ” reveal minimalistic and modern lines. By the choice of colors, the

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The Mendini Brothers have designed the ‘FILO’ collection for Ceramiche Refin, consisting of four motifs that each stand as an interpretation of a traditional orthogonal grid – distorted and re-sized to create an almost three-dimensional optical illusion. The Fossil collection