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Can-Can Lamp by Marcel Wanders for Flos

Can-Can Lamp Marcel Wanders Flos

Can-Can Lamp Marcel Wanders Flos

Marcel Wanders has created this elegant yet humourous suspension lamp with a glossy hard shell which only reveals its beauty when looked from underneath, a draped white textile diffuses the light source creating a soft intimate character.

Can-Can, by Marcel Wanders, for Flos

Wajima by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Japan Brand

The Wajima collection is the fruit of a new collaboration between designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and Japan Brand. A series of accessories for the home that incorporate traditional Japanese lacquer techniques and finishes.
“The Lamp is a luminous box that highlights the magnificence of lacquer while presenting large shiny surfaces reflecting light. Thanks to the red glow diffused by the light when switched on, a very subtle mood emanates from the lacquer and creates a smooth and captivating atmosphere.”
“The Desk Light is an assemblage of three elements that remind distinctly of very traditional lacquerware shapes. The final piece that derives from this simple combination suggests the infinite possibilities offered by the material and its classical elements. It shows that familiar forms can give birth to different and mysterious contemporary objects. The use of LEDs in both lights enhances the impact of the marriage between ancient and recent techniques.”

Wajima Collection, by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, for Japan Brand
via MoCo Loco

Ciclope Architectural Lighting from Artemide

Artemide has introduced a series of outdoor luminaires using low energy LEDs. Ciclope is made from die-cast and extruded aluminium.

Ciclope, by Alessandro Pedretti, Studio Rota & Partners, for Artemide

Break by Xuclà & Alemany for Vibia

Durable outdoor Architectural lights in concrete with the light source emerging from a gap in the form.

Break, by Xuclà & Alemany, for Vibia

Smithfield Pendant by Jasper Morrison for Flos

Pendant light in powder coated steel with a plastic diffuser.

Smithfield, by Jasper Morrison for Flos

Coral Lamps by Pallucco

“From simplicity to complexity”. A lamp series made from modular injection moulded polycarbonate parts reminiscent of sea coral branches.

Coral Suspension Light, Table Lamp, Floor Lamp, by Lagranja Design, for Pallucco

Rock Pendant by Diesel Creative Team for Foscarini

Fashion brand Diesel have collaborated with lighting brand Foscarini and furniture brand Moroso to create the Diesel Home Collection of furniture and lighting.

Rock, by Diesel Creative Team, for Foscarini via: dezeen

Cage Lamps by Diesel Creative Team for Foscarini

Fashion brand Diesel have collaborated with lighting brand Foscarini and furniture brand Moroso to create the Diesel Home Collection of furniture and lighting.

Cage, by Diesel Creative Team, for Foscarini via: dezeen

Plain Lighting by Jin Kuramoto

“We have expressed a visual phenomenon which produces a three-dimensional impression of given objects when combined with strong colors.
 This results in complementary colors and light emission causing it to resemble a state when the moon loses the three-dimensional impression of the sphere, and to shine similarly to a planar like mirror.”
- Jin Kuramoto

Exhibition: Complimentary Colors, by Jin Kuramoto, at L’Archivolto Libreria Galleria,
April 22-27 Milan, Italy.
Read more: dezeen

Lift Lamp by Fernando Prado for Lumini

Lift is a lamp with an operating system that allows the wooden dome to be moved up and down, sliding through its fixed inclined support bar in brushed stainless steel. It can be used at different heights for general lighting or directed for reading.

Lift, by Fernando Prado, for Lumini

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