Author Archives: shobi mirza

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The Swedish company Bantie was founded in 2007 by Ulrika Gyllstad och Wilhelmina Wiese. The name comes from Ulrika’s favourite aunt Bantie who used to have a shop selling exquisite fabrics and exclusive lingerie. For those handy with a sewing

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The collaboration between Hangar Design Group and Vistosi continues with Futura, a new line of pendant lamps in blown glass, available in three exclusive colors combined with different finishing on the metal ring. The glass is blown in one piece,

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A cool simple product that is easy to use and does the job – resolves meeting room squatters. It connects to WiFi, existing calendars and is so energy-friendly you can use it for months on a single battery charge. Joan

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Clement Terreng and Concrete Home Design love challenges, organic forms and concrete. They realized this concrete lamps called Idee Folle. This lighting object is made by concrete and glass. The extravagant use of materials, asymmetrical and organic shape make this

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The young designers by Sovrappensiero  in collaboration with Porada has designed a lamp named  Pileo. This floor lamp was inspired  by the forms of nature and the world of wild mushrooms. Whith a thin but durable structure that supports a

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Geometric compositions, free and artistic interpretations of contemporary design. Framework is a square or rectangular frame, created in white painted aluminium. The different sizes and heights enable the structures to be overlapped as desired, to obtain numerous arrangements that recall

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Suspended light fitting. Body in varnished aluminium sheet, shade in photo-etched optical polycarbonate. Internal reflector in photo-etched ABS. Directionable body. Powered directly from mains. The led can be dimmed with a “Triac for LED” dimmer. The cable has a useful

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Flaps Radiator

Flaps is the new radiator by Antrax designed by Victor Vasilev. The idea behind this project came from observing the shapes and functioning of plate radiators. The ‘clean-cut’ shape of the radiator disappears when the accessory required to hook on