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
When you want to pump out a beam of bright light and make it even wider to illuminate bigger areas. The complete Faro range recreates and enlarges the dimensions of the spotlight.
Faro, by Hannes Wettstein, for Pallucco
Made from a moulded textured plastic, the Torch Light comes in three versions: small cone, small rounded and the large cone. Sylvain Willenz’s work, is inspired by archetypal objects—in this case, the simple silhouette of a typical hand-held torch or car headlight.
Torch Light, by Sylvain Willenz, for Established & Sons
Within the frame of two recent architectural projects, the pendant range Kirchschlag was developed as a light that is both decorative and highly functional – a combination that is rare, with most lights falling into either one or the other cathegory. It was made in close relationship with highly skilled glass blowers and engravers as well as lighting professionals, to create a light that unites the beauty of expert workmanship and advances in new technology.
Kirchschlag by Atelier Areti
A crystal with 170 facets, which hangs in simple beauty like a pendulum, gives off spectacular light effects due to refraction. Offered with LED and a choice of daylight-white at 6700K and neutralwhite at 3400K.
Crystal Bloom, from Swarovski
Ikon (we like the name) is a range of architectural lighting luminaires characterized by a sober and well-balanced design suitable for every type of situation. The rotation of the lighting module and by the many solutions available – suspended, wall-mounted, floor and projector make it a very flexible lighting solution.
Ikon, by Targetti
Lantern has a sober but appealing shape. The compact, slightly bulbous lamp is somewhat reminiscent of a Chinese lantern. This association is underscored by its pleasantly warm, soft light.
Lantern, by Ronan Bouroullec, Erwan Bouroullec, for Belux