“Light lines, light spheres, light cubes – objects clearly defined in terms of geometry, which can be used flexibly according to the principle of modularity. This ensures that every time new lighting units and lighting installations originate, matched to the respective room situation. Carefully composed and accurately defined details create an interplay of brightness, shadow and colours – dynamic tools for interiors addressing people’s emotions.”
- Matteo Thun
The luminaire range includes ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted and pendant luminaires. Chrome in various forms is part of the luminaire design, establishing the creative link throughout the range.
Sconfine, LINEA, CUBO & SFERA by Matteo Thun, for Zumtobel
Like an organically growing structure, a complex form develops out of a suprisingly simple element. Available in white, ruby red and chrome plastic modules – each with three light bulbs – which can be added to each other, so the ligthing object can vary in size, from a single format up to a cluster.
DNA, by Benjamin Hopf & Constantin Wortmann, for Next
You have seen the Mercury light by Artemide where each piece acts as a sculptural object reflecting the dynamics of natural light and the movement of people. Ross Lovegrove has since created Skydro a similar concept, but more er, blobular.
Skydro, by Ross Lovegrove, for Artemide
Simple, essential shapes, dampened by rich and intense hues. The design concept originates from a suggestive and moving panoramic, almost aerial, view that pays tribute to the designer’s homeland of Mancha, an area of Spain steeped in contrasts that extends over the fields as far as the eye can see. The lamp is composed of methacrylate and aluminium sheets that diffuse the light creating a range of lighting effects on the wall.
Fields, by Vicente Garcia Jiménez, for Foscarini
Jo Hammerborg Zero pendant for Fog & Meurop Denmark at City Furniture
A ceiling fixture that places a floating assembly of large pebbles below a simple aluminium disc. These in turn reflect each other, bouncing light between their taught biomorphic surfaces and reflecting the environment around them. During the day the piece acts as a sculptural object reflecting the dynamics of natural light and the movement of people around them.
Mercury, by Ross Lovegrove, for Artemide
Chubby offers the opportunity to create your own tailor-made light fixture. You choose the right fabric, colour and pattern and Dark produces a limited, exclusive version for you. Being original was never so easy.
Chubby, by Davy Grosemans, for Dark
Jaime Hayon’s Inspired lighting has been seen in La Terraza del Casino in Madrid, which he also designed.
Metal pendant light made from printed circuit boards in white and silver, both sides equipped with LEDs
Cara, by Andreas Ostwald, for Anta